Brutalligators - This House Is Too Big, This House Is Too Small *Pre-Order

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Released Friday 21st January. All pre orders will be dispatched/made ready for collection on that date. 

The Hertfordshire based pile of limbs, Brutalligators, formed in the dying embers of 2016 by vocalist Luke Murphy, guitarist
Paul Wade, bassist Simon Lee and drummer Rhys Kirkman. Taking cues from midwestern emo bands like The Promise
Ring, high-energy punk like PUP and heart-on-sleeve Australian indie like The Hard Aches, Brutalligators mix it together to
play energetic and happy sounding songs about heartbreak, life going wrong and all of the injustices in the world today.
This house is too big, this house is too small comes from a very specific place. A lot of the songs were started in a period of
intense loss and heartache at the beginning of 2020. What started as an outpouring of grief, anger, hurt and loss, ended up
as a study of the dying years of a relationship, ultimately leading to acceptance and understanding, both of the situation and
Produced by Tom Hill (Muttering, Death Goals, Modern Rituals, Cassels) in 2020 between lockdowns, the album features
friends of Brutalligators, Lily Rae of Fightmilk and Leah Sidebotham lending their vocal talents, and Tom Hammond of
Lakes providing brass tracks after guesting on the 2020 Christmas single, Drunk Christmas (Forget This Year).

1. The Holiday
2. Coffee & Codeine
3. 20/10/0
4. Helpless/Hopeless
5. Your Side Of The Bed
6. This House
7. Protect Yr Own
8. Don’t Talk To Me
9. Touch Knees
10. Josie

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