Per Purpose - Implicating More Than One 12"
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Per Purpose are now even nastier and they’re stewing sardonically in the corner of the room, smug and prickish. If you liked their first 7” for the manic petulance, be prepared for some maturity. Now more recognisably ‘emotional’ sounds are tapped, triggering memories of Husker Du, Rites of Spring or other trebly punk related bands. Only sonically though, as optimistic intentions of course don’t really show up here.