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Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Orlando street-punk quartet The Attack releases new disc single

Posted By on Tue, May 3, 2016 at 2:02 PM

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Orlando street-punk quartet the Attack have released their newest single "Four of a Kind" as a limited edition flexi disc.

Eschewing the usual digital download/stream route for singles, the Attack have instead opted for their somewhat more esoteric physical medium, released in conjunction with Paper + Plastick. (Sidenote for collectors of new Florida punk wax: You might want to snap up a copy of Gainesville's Allergy's recent flexi disc "Peace Fuckers" on Vinyl Rites.)

You can purchase this artifact here, or if you can't wrap your head around the idea of a flexi in 2016 (for shame), Paper + Plastick are offering a free download of several Attack songs here

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