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THE ALL SEEING HAND - New single Show Me Your Teeth

THE ALL SEEING HAND - Show Me Your Teeth
Streaming single online April 7th 2014

Ahead of their "Return of The Blob" show this month (April), Wellington experimentalists The All Seeing Hand present a brand new single, "Show Me Your Teeth", streaming as of today (April 7th).

"Show Me Your Teeth" is a bit of a different monster from the band - well known for the throat-singing and alien-esque sounds emanating from his lips, the song sees Johnny Marks in a rare moment "singing in English" (to quote the band), rather than Klingon, Korean or beyond.

Part of a bigger project due out in May, "Show Me Your Teeth" serves as bit of a taster ahead of not only that project, but their impending "Return of The Blob" show, on April 25th (at Puppies, with Mongo Skato and Lady Lazerlight), reprising the unnerving and otherworldly performance that took place at Campus A Low Hum 2014.

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