Hand Habits announces new EP Dirt, shares first single '4th of july'

The new release was co-produced by both Sasami Ashworth and Kyle Thomas (King Tuff). Watch the single's video here.
Posted: 19 January 2021 Words: John Bell

Meg Duffy has today announced that a new Hand Habits EP is on the way, set for release on 19th February via Saddle Creek. Its first offering, '4th of july' is also out today, an understated track that builds to a stirring, country-rock crescendo. 

The EP will also feature a cover of Neil Young's 'I Believe in You', plus a remix of 'what's the use?' – which originally featured on 2019's placeholder – by psych-pop up-and-comer Katie Dey

dirt was co-produced with SASAMI and Kyle Thomas (King Tuff), who Duffy now lives with in Los Angeles. 

Catch the visceral video below:



To hear more from Hand Habits, click here.

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