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Bellevue Days share new track ‘Capability, Capacity’, announce debut EP

Bellevue Days have released a new track ahead of their debut EP ‘The Sun Came Up When We Were Young’.
Following on from 2013’s ‘Everything’s Ok’, ‘Capability, Capacity’ is a soaring flare of a track and you can listen to it below.

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“I wrote the basis of ‘Capability, Capacity’ on my brother’s crappy classical guitar and then took it to the rest of the band to see what they thought,” says frontman Alan Smith. “Joe had some lyric ideas inspired by a book he’d read called ‘Junkie’, and it all came together pretty smoothly. With Jason Wilson producing what is our first studio track we’ve created something that we are really proud of. Hopefully people will enjoy what we’re doing.”

‘The Sun Came Up When We Were Young’ is out July 27th and the tracklisting is as follows.

1- Let’s All Be Friends
2- Capability, Capacity
3- Seattle
4- Sleep

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