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Slow Pulp share new single ‘Broadview’

Slow Pulp presents their new single, ‘Broadview,’ from their highly anticipated new album, Yard, out September 29 on ANTI-.

You can feel Massey reaching new vocal heights across Yard, particularly on ‘Broadview,’ a weepy Americana ballad featuring pedal steel from Peter Briggs and Willie Christianson on the harmonica and banjo. “This song is about letting yourself fall in love for the first time in a long time,” Massey says. “After being hurt in previous relationships I was trying to decide if making the jump was worth it. Turns out it was.”

Following a wide-ranging breadth of singles – the electric ‘Cramps,’ syrupy lead single ‘Slugs,’ and the recently-shared anthem ‘Doubt’ – ‘Broadview’ offers another beautiful glimpse of Yard’s vast sonic palette.

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