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Rabbits Streaming New Track "Pack Up Your Shit"

Following the recent dissemination of news that Portland antisocialite brigade Rabbits has a bruising new album cruising towards release this Summer, today the first public audio flogging from the impending "Untoward" album takes place through Invisible Oranges.

Listen to "Pack Up Your Shit" below. The band also shit out this bit of insight on the anthem's background:

"It's a touching story about a friend who loses another friend due to that friend being more of a colossal fuck up then, uh, the first-person plural narrator, whoever that may be. We're talking about drawing a line in the fucking filth, man. The last defense against rampant advantage-taking by those dear to oneself. The coming class war between the low class and the no class..."

Rabbits will release "Untoward" on August 12th via Lamb Unlimited, the label spawned of Chris Spencer of Unsane and Alan Schneider of No More Records. The record was exhaustingly tracked live to tape at Type Foundry, Portland in one day and then mixed in two. The engineering duties on "Untoward" were tag-teamed by Jeremy Romagna (Trees, Tecumseh, Wives) and Fester (Nux Vomica, Usnea, Stoneburner), both of whom have recorded the majority of the band's previous material, the tracks mastered by Ryan Foster at Foster Mastering, and the cover artwork hand-sewn by Anne Mersereau. You can also see Rabbits live on these dates:

8/16/2014 East End - Portland, OR @ Festicide w/ Honduran, Diesto, Towers [free matinee]
8/23/2014 The Victory Lounge - Seattle, WA w/ Prizehog

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