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The Splinters: Splintered Bridges [Track Review]

The Splinters

We’re sure seeing our share of all-girl groups these days. Already-talked about here on FensePost include Vivian Girls (a track review of “When I’m Gone” was published this morning), Pens, and now The Splinters, whose “Splintered Bridges” matches the aforementioned groups in garage pop excellence. This quartet officially released their debut 7-inch featuring “Splintered Bridges” as the title track and a-side, and “Sorry” as the b-side on the first of this month.

Splintered Bridges is limited to only 300 copies, which are sure to go fast. Initially, hand decorated covers were available for early purchasers, but those have already sold out. To get your copy with regular art, head over to Double Negative Records ASAP. I did.

The Splinters: Splintered Bridges [mp3]

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Splintered Bridges by The Splinters

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