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Millie Manders And The Shutup release video for “One That Got Away”

Norwich, UK based ska punks Millie Manders and the Shutup release new EP “Shutup” on September 21st. Ahead of the EP, they have released a video for a track off it, “One That Got Away”. You can watch it below.

The band tour extensively through the UK and Europe for the rest of the year – details of all dates are also below.

Millie Manders and The Shutup to release new EP via Kickstarter Campaign

Norwich, UK based ska punks Millie Manders and the Shutup are to release a new EP, the follow up to last year’s “Obsession Transgression”. The EP is being funded by a KickStarter campaign, which has a few days to go. You can help pay for the record by pledging on a variety of merch options.

The band’s back catalogue, including Millie’s recent acoustic EP, is available on the band’s Bandcamp page.

Millie Manders releases video for “Monster”

Norwich based ska punk Millie Manders (who usually performs with her band¬†Millie Manders and the Shutup) has released a video for “Monster”, a track from her recent acoustic EP, “Upside Down”. The track is the closing track of the five song effort, which came out back in March.

You can have a watch of the video below.

DS Exclusive: Millie Manders streams new EP “Upside Down”

Millie Manders has been touring the UK for the last few years relentlessly, with her band (Millie Manders and the Shutup), amassing ska punk fans wherever she’s toured. The band released EP “Obsession Transgression” back in the spring last year, a four track offering that is available for free/download via Bandcamp. Now, Millie is releasing a stripped down EP, “Upside Down”, on March 23rd, showcasing tracks she performs at her solo, ukelele sets.

The EP deals with issues such as “addressing depression, loss, heartbreak, homelessness and anxiety” and Millie describes it as a “heartfelt and aggressive expression of innermost anguish, observations and pain”. Dying Scene is proud to exclusively stream the release ahead of its street date, exclusively. Ska fans the world over won’t regret having a listen. Check it out below¬†– along with full 2018 tour dates so far…