Listen: Thee MVP’s Preview EP With ‘Funeral’

Scrappy (in a good way) London four-piece release a new EP on PNKSLM.

As the story goes, Gravesend four-piece Thee MVP’s were picked out by Ty Segall to support him on a show, before they’d even released a single track. Word’s spread about the group’s frenetic punk in a live setting - now it’s time for their to set their stall in recorded format.

A new, self-titled EP comes out tomorrow (27th February) through PNKSLM (the label behind a debut single from last year). Stepping out from this impressive next step is ‘Funeral’, a ritualistically savage number that darts in and out of consciousness at foolish speeds. If this was indeed a song about respectful, mourning occasions, it’s arriving in the form of one unlikely soundtrack.

We’ve got the first play. Listen to Thee MVP’s’ ‘Funeral’ below, as premiered on DIY.

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