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Treasury Of Puppies
Mitt Stora Nu ( limited LP + insert)

Mitt Stora Nu ( limited LP + insert)


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1x Vinyl LP Album



Release date

Mar 14, 2022

TREASURY OF PUPPIES Mitt Stora Nu Discreet Music

Nine tracks of 'life-affirming downer music' by Swedish duo Charlott Malmenholt and Joakim Karlsson aka Treasury Of Puppies. Mitt Stora Nu is the Gothenburg-based duo's second album, following last year's titled Lollos Dagbok and their eponymous debut back in 2020. A collection of lo-fi and quirky indie-pop ditties, all said to have been influenced by Edgar Allan Poe as much as Britney Spears. Mastered by Giuseppe Ielasi and pressed in an edition of 1000 copies. Comes with insert.

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