Peter Buck to release new EP

Peter Buck is to release a new EP, Opium Drivel. The 4-song, 7-inch will be released on October 21 on Mississippi Records, according to a story on Slicing Up Eyeballs. The EP can be pre-ordered here.

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Peter Buck is to release a new EP, Opium Drivel.

The 4-song, 7-inch will be released on October 21 on Mississippi Records, according to a story on Slicing Up Eyeballs.

The EP can be pre-ordered here.

According to the product details on “the extend play 33 RPM 7” EP. Peter brings us 4 songs on this one. Side A features two rockers – one being ‘Portrait Of A Sorry Man‘ in which Peter asks for forgiveness for all his sins and one being the classic rock thumper – ‘If This Is Love Give Me My Money Back’. The other B side (did we mention this is a double B side?) is two raw stripped down demos played simply and beautifully by Peter and Scott McCaughey.”

The EP follows two albums: a self-titled solo debut in 2012 and I Am Back To Blow Your Mind Once Again earlier this year.


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