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hawkmoth, 2012. 
© HollyGoodwin Illustration

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hawkmoth, 2012. 

© HollyGoodwin Illustration

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“The Elitist Peanut Brain”
silkscreen by Schuyler Higgins

eatsleepdraw:

“The Elitist Peanut Brain”

silkscreen by Schuyler Higgins

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Trailer Trash Tracys have already had a brilliant start to 2012 with the release of their beautiful, off-kilter debut LP “Ester” on Double Six, which saw them collecting raves from the likes of the Guardian, Dazed and Confused, Uncut and many more. In addition, they cast their eerily gorgeous spell over London audiences when they played their sold-out headline show at the Lexington in January, and also headed out on high profile support slots with the likes of The Vaccines and the Maccabees, playing to maximum capacity crowds at venues such as Brixton Academy.

 

Now, so that their fans can see them in an entirely different and unusual setting, the band have gone ahead and recorded a very special live session, with album highlights such as “Candy Girl” and “Strangling Good Guys” aired in a very intimate yet oddly fitting environment for the band. Watch the videos now and see a little bit of their magic for yourself.

tim burtom - marck ryden