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Friday, August 12, 2016

First listen: Local indie band Sweet Cambodia's new EP, 'Tasty'

Posted By on Fri, Aug 12, 2016 at 11:40 AM

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Orlando-based indie-groove hybrid Sweet Cambodia are poised to release a new EP, Tasty, and you can stream and listen to it first here!

Asked about the writing process for the new EP, set to be dropped next week, the band responded collectively to us: "It is almost impossible to put into words our writing process for the E.P.- The music unfolded as we found each other, and our selves in the sound. So I guess we shall say it was a long time coming with a cosmic sentence behind it. We hope this gives you a taste of what Sweet Cambodia can do, and are going to do." 

Preview Tasty early below ...

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