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Cursive - Get Fixed Vinyl LP 2020

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Cat no. BSM269V
Track Listing

1. Black Hole Town
2. Look Whatâ™s Become of Us
3. Get Fixed
4. Content Conman
5. Whatâ™s Gotten Into You?
6. Horror Is A Human Being

Having come back with the awesome Vitriola in 2017, indie veterans Cursive are back with a new album - Get Fixed.Against the background of our ever changing and frustrating times , the new record comes off the back of the Vitriola sessions; a result of the band's relentless song writing capabilities and their disillusionment with the world.Featuring 11 tracks of righteous fury, anger and helplessness, it sees the band carry on their fine form from the previous record and create a collection of incredible songs that give the new album an identity all of it's own. Here's Tim Kasher from the band to explain:Hi there! I hope this finds you in good comfort. Get Fixed is a unique album for Cursive, so we thought it best if I explained its inception to you directly. I don't know what's been going on with me these last few years, but I've been writing a lot of music. More than I usually write, which - I suppose - is generally considered 'a lot'.That damn Midwestern work ethic rearing its bossy head. Cursive had not been collaborating for over half a decade, leaving me with one hell of an itch to scratch. And once we reunited with our original drummer, Clint Schnase, well, I guess I was feeling inspired.Also, sure, the absolutely fucking bonkers fist fuck this world has been getting with its pathetic, greedy rise of nationalism; yeah, that's been driving me to put pen to paper as well. You feel like you're getting pushed around, you want to push back. Not that we're driven solely by political frustrations, not in the least. But as to the excess of songs as of late? Current events have certainly left their grimy fingerprints on some of the music we've written these last few years.All of this to say that as Cursive was writing last year's album, Vitriola, there were a lot of songs to contend with. A LOT. Songs worked out in the practice space, songs worked out in the studio, and too many songs filling up my voice memo app to even get a chance to introduce to the band. We had a lot of squabbles over what should