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Dublin group Bedrooms have shared their subtle, slow-burning new song 'For Today'.

The band's debut EP 'The Afterglow' is incoming, following sessions with Bill Ryder-Jones.

Out shortly, it's led by powerful new song 'For Today', a track that marks them out for their peers.

Dublin may be recognised for its post-punk gold rush - everyone from Fontaines DC to Pillow Queens have made their mark - but 'For Today' is a lot quieter, more sedate, and mysterious than their peers.

We're hearing elements of slowcore group Codeine, the snowdrift charm of Galaxie 500, and even the DIY songsmithery of Alex G, all distilled into something potent and unique.

The band's Dane Staunton comments...

"'For Today' is a song we feel is our most ambitious to date. The song took shape over a period of months of being played live with some subtle changes being made to the arrangement over time."

"We hadn't really done any demoing for the recording session so we kept exploring new ideas from the rehearsal room to the studio. Leaning into slowcore and shoegaze, the song is a development of sounds we became interested in while working previously with Daniel Fox from Girl Band."

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