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Spanish Love Songs Release Poignant New Song “Clean-Up Crew”

Spanish Love Songs Spring 2023

Spanish Love Songs continue to build on their success with their latest offering, “Clean-Up Crew,” following the release of their acclaimed single “Haunted” earlier this year. This powerful new track serves as a tantalizing glimpse into their highly anticipated album, No Joy, set to release on August 25 via Pure Noise Records.

“Clean-Up Crew” is a poignant and resonant song that explores themes of loss, resilience, and the human capacity for healing. Spanish Love Songs‘ signature blend of cathartic lyrics and energetic punk-rock sound creates an immersive and captivating musical experience—exactly what you’d hope for from the unit.

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Of No Joy, vocalist/guitarist Dylan Slocum shares, “This is the closest we’ve ever gotten to figuring out how to translate what I hear in my head with more clarity. It’s an album about finding happiness in what you have and your current moment. It might be your best moment, or it might not, but you have to find joy in it.”

As anticipation grows for the release of No Joy, “Clean-Up Crew” sets the stage for what promises to be an extraordinary listening experience. The tracklist reveals a collection of songs that delve into the depths of the human experience, including standout titles such as “Haunted,” “I’m Gonna Miss Everything,” and “Re-Emerging Signs of the Apocalypse.”

No Joy Tracklist:
1. “Lifers”
2. “Pendulum”
3. “Haunted”
4. “Clean-Up Crew”
5. “Middle of Nine”
6. “Marvel”
7. “I’m Gonna Miss Everything”
8. “Rapture Chaser”
9. “Mutable”
10. “Here You Are”
11. “Exit Bags”
12. “Re-Emerging Signs of the Apocalypse”

Spanish Love Songs will also hit the stage alongside Hot Mulligan later this year to support the release of No Joy. Grab tickets to their forthcoming tour and preorder No Joy here.

Tour Dates:

  • Aug. 19—Canberra @ Shaky Hands^
  • Aug. 20—Sydney @ Sin or Swim Harbor Cruise (Day)^
  • Aug. 20—Sydney @ Mary’s Underground (Night)^
  • Aug. 21—Newcastle @ Hamilton Station Hotel^
  • Aug. 23—Gold Coast @ Vinnies Dive^
  • Aug. 24—Brisbane @ Bad Luck^
  • Aug. 25—Melbourne @ Stay Gold^
  • Aug. 31—Kingston, UK @ Pryzm*
  • Sept. 1—Leeds, UK @ Stylus*
  • Sept. 2—Manchester, UK @ Academy 2*
  • Sept. 3—Glasgow, UK @ SWG3*
  • Sept. 5—Nottingham, UK @ Rescue Rooms*
  • Sept. 6—Bristol, UK @ SWX*
  • Sept. 7—London, UK @ Electric Ballroom*
  • Sept. 8—Birmingham, UK @ O2 Academy 2*
  • Sept. 10—Eindhoven, NL @ Effenaar*
  • Sept. 11—Cologne, DE @ Club Volta*
  • Sept. 12—Hamburg, DE @ Logo*
  • Sept. 13—Berlin, DE @ So36*
  • Sept. 15—Münster, DE @ Skaters Palace*
  • Sept. 16—Munich, DE @ Strom*
  • Sept. 17—Weisbaden, DE @ Schlachthof*
  • Sept. 18—Antwerp, BE @ Trix*

^Spanish Love Songs Australian headline tour.
*With Hot Mulligan.

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