Melbourne-based Bored Nothing released one of my favourite records last year (the S/T debut-album on Spunk Records), so I was really stoked when I found out about this Limited Edition Deluxe 7″ pack!!!

The dude behind this project is Fergus Miller, and he has a real flair for coming up with soulful, lo-fi indie-pop/rock tunes. Indie, grunge, slacker, whatever, this guy brings it all to the table and serves up the best buffet you can imagine on a lazy summerday.

This particular track is recorded in an exclusive version for this physical 7″, and is unavailable anywhere else.  Basicly you can check out the track underneath, but you’ll have another version on wax that exists in only 50 copies, and will never go digital!   This bad boy is strictly limited to 50 lathe-cut one sided 7″, and will not be repressed… Ever!

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This single is only available in a bundle, that comes with the 7″,  t-shirt, sticker and a personal handwritten letter. The back of the cover and the t-shirts are all individualy hand-drawn!

I’ve attached the self-titled debut-album in the spotify player as well as a couple of videos from it underneath, so do yourself a favour and check it out!  It has that something special that makes you come back to it again and again, while it grows on you at every listen!

 

Parts have the tunes and fuzz of early Sebadoh, other parts have the gentle and soothing nature of Elliott Smith whilst the pop tunes linger in your head like the Teenage Fanclub. Special.      -Rough Trade on the S/T album

The Details

LIMITED EDITION DELUXE 7" VINYL PACK
If you click the "buy" button, you have pre-ordered the follow HOT next-level shit:
1 x Lathe-cut one-sided 7" record, with individual hand-drawn artwork on b-side
1 x individually hand-bloody drawn Bored Nothing t-shirt (tell me your size in paypal notes)
1 x "Why were you dancing with all those guys?" sticker
1 x handwritten letter saying cheers for everything and all that

Price $40

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