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“There was a point in time where I was just listening to that on repeat, and I feel like it was the only thing that made me feel really good,” Bognanno says For more, check out: (Source)

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Bully just released their very good new album SUGAREGG last month. And in addition to that, frontwoman Alicia Bognanno has been popping up every so often on livestreams, playing covers and stripped-down solo versions of Bully songs and giving guitar and gear tutorials. A couple months ago, she shared a cover of Mazzy Star’s “Fade

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The great Nineties-loving band’s latest is their most self-assured album yet. For more, check out: (Source)

Alicia Bognanno’s solo project Bully is back for another round, dropping its third full-length, SUGAREGG, Aug. 21. The Sub Pop release is hypercharged and relentlessly confident from start to finish. Though it combines plenty of the grit and ferocity of their 2015 debut, Feels Like, with a dose of the prevalent lyrical focus of sophomore […]

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Sometimes breathtaking music sounds like nothing you’ve ever heard before, and other times it sounds like entire histories springing back to life. Bully have always been the latter kind of band, the kind that specialize in making the old feel bracingly new. You could make an argument that slipping a lyric like “been praying for

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The third Bully album, SUGAREGG, comes out next week. We’ve heard a handful of songs from it already — “Where To Start,” “Every Tradition,” and “Hours And Hours” — and today Alicia Bognanno is sharing one more before the whole thing is out in full.

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A new spoken-word video and a live stream later today by TWO; plus streams from King Buzzo (The Melvins), Aaron Lee Tasjan, Nathaniel Rateliff, Mirah, Bully, the Gooms and more.

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