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Butterflies On Pins

Some bands just come out of nowhere and it feels like they’ve been around forever, in a good way. This is certainly the case for Butterflies On Pins, who without much effort, grace the stages they play with charming guitar hooks, deftly played bass and yes – Ross Liddle has a passion which is all parts captivating and sincere.

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Batshit crazy has never quite been so apt in describing the manic attitude of these power punk misfits from St Albans. THIS is how you do it!

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Cover photo: Katie Green from Butterflies On Pins by Chris Patmore

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