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Darkwave Duo All Your Sisters Unveil “Loss” from Forthcoming LP Uncomfortable Skin

As exceptionally talented as they are nuanced and complex, Bay Area group All Your Sisters revealed their latest track “Loss” on BBC Radio 1 Rock Show with Daniel P. Carter to significant acclaim. The track can be streamed below.

“Loss” comes from the outfit’s upcoming LP Uncomfortable Skin. The title of the group’s LP proves significant for a number of reasons. Before forming All Your Sisters, guitar/synth/vocalist Jordan Morrison worked extensively as an EMT and a paramedic throughout Nevada before moving to San Francisco. Speaking about the experience, Morrison said “I was 19, living in Las Vegas and driving an ambulance, I became a full blown paramedic by the time I was 23. I eventually moved to Reno and worked for a few more years. The job started to wear on me. I saw the worst things you can imagine. People in their worst, most vulnerable states. There was definitely no sign of a god anywhere I can’t un-see a lot of what I saw. These images might be in my head forever. So the feelings from it kind of sneak their way into the lyrics.”

Uncomfortable Skin is due out July 8th via The Flenser. A tracklist as well as a date for the album release show is provided below.

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1) Nothing is Sacred
2) Open Wide
3) Black God
4) Heater
5) Loss
6) Remains
7) Filled With Waste
8) Shame
9) No Hope
10) Reconcile

All Your Sisters Record Release Show
August 12 – San Francisco, CA @ Bottom Of The Hill w/ Wreck & Reference

All Your Sisters: Facebook // SoundCloud // Bandcamp


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