Canadian rock trio The Dirty Nil have just released ‘Astro Ever After’, a hidden cut from the sessions of their sophomore LP, ‘Master Volume’, which dropped last year.
Speaking of the song, vocalist/guitarist Luke Bentham had this to say.
“‘Astro Ever After’ is by no means an out-take from ‘Master Volume’. It’s an accompanying track that we chose to release after the bulk of the material simply because we can. Out of all the songs we recorded during the ‘Master Volume’ sessions, this is certainly one of our favourites. For anyone with a space lust, and for those who appreciate the beauty and brevity of life, the majesty of the sky, and the sludge of stoner metal: this one’s for you. Please friends, crank and enjoy.”
You can stream and listen to ‘Astro Ever After’ below.
The band’s sophomore album, ‘Master Volume’, is out now through Dine Alone Records.
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