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Released: 17.05.24

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Lovely Eggs’ Eggsistentialism is a reflection of the last four years; of survival, loss and strength. It is an insight into Eggland and just getting through. The Intro teleports us there, to Eggland, before the fiery, noisy, punk rock stomper of Death Grip Kids punches through. Gentle psychedelic pop song Nothing/Everything recounts the simplicity of everyday interactions and feelings, our struggles existing, but being there for each other. I Don’t F*cking Know What I’m Gunna Do is a repetitive earworm of a song that will have you singing along bouncing round the house.

Eggistentialism is an eclectic mix of short, snappy punk, lo-fi beatboxing and more gentle melodic synth-filled numbers, like the closing I Am Gaia. Buckle in for an immersive journey to Eggland.

 

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