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Audlem favourites modern alarms. have released their debut EP "You Must've Known" to incredible reviews. 

The three track EP was recorded here in Audlem earlier this year at Hollow Floor Studios, an excellent facility for your live recording needs run by Jack and Pete Marshall.

The three tracks on the EP are S.O.B, Plight of Blighty and the now legendary Voodoo Dancing Monkey Man. You can buy the tracks for 79p individually or all three from iTunes or Amazon digitally.

modern alarms. class Audlem as their spiritual home and return this year to the Music Festival on Tuesday 5th June at 6.00pm, closing the outdoor stage at The Lord Combermere, a gig you really shouldn't miss.

 

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