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Dipped In Gold Signees Mush Take Aim At The Gig Economy In New Single

Tuesday, 31 July 2018 Written by Helen Payne

The monthly subscription service Too Pure Singles Club came to an end last year after over 120 releases from artists such as Pulled Apart By Horses and Drahla.

Out of its ashes comes Dipped In Gold, a new record label whose first signees are the Leeds-based alternative guitar band Mush.

Having already toured with OMNI, Ulrika Spacek and Parquet Courts, the quartet have shared a new single Gig Economy. Energetic, angular and punchy, the track hits all the right notes while criticising the toil it takes to survive as a young person. It continues a similar theme from their last single Alt Facts, which sneered at fake news. Have a listen below.

Mush have headline shows lined up throughout September.

Mush Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Sat September 22 2018 - MANCHESTER YES
Sun September 23 2018 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Cumberland Arms
Mon September 24 2018 - GLASGOW Broadcast
Tue September 25 2018 - YORK Fulford Arms
Wed September 26 2018 - SHEFFIELD Picture House Social
Thu September 27 2018 - BRISTOL Hy Brasil
Fri September 28 2018 - LONDON Birthdays
Sat September 29 2018 - LIVERPOOL Sound

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