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Premiere: Listen To A Cracking New Cassels Track

Where Baseball Was Invented is taken from the rising British duo’s imminent Epithet LP.

Brotherly pair Cassels, aka Jim and Loz Beck, release their new album, Epithet, on October 6 via Big Scary Monsters – and here’s a corking preview of what’s to come, in the shape of a fresh K! premiere for Where Baseball Was Invented.

Very into that. Scratchy, catchy, and passionate. Just a little political, while remaining relatably small-town of lyrical focus. And funny, too! Cracking. Epithet follows the London/Oxford band’s pre-album” release, Foreword, which picked up a five‑K! review. Because it rocked.

Which we’re hoping Epithet will, too – and on this evidence, no concerns. Pre-order the band’s new album here, and see them live as follows (and, really, you must – they’re so good).

October

6: London, Birthdays
7: Oxford, The Cellar 

November

22: Nottingham, Bodega 

Listen to Foreword below. 

Posted on September 14th 2017, 8:11a.m.
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