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last single ‘Stormy’ got a lot of plays in the LOTI office and it looks like new cut ‘You’re Evil’ is going the same way. Aimed at “people that I used to know who shat on my dreams or were two-faced” according to Beck Wood, the song sees Coves in fiery form, stomping their way through three minutes with scuzzy beats and howling riffs. It’s sure to be an electric one to experience live, which you can do at the Victoria in Dalston on April 6th, as well as at The Great Escape and Field Day.

‘You’re Evil’ and ‘Peel’ are both out on 1st April via 1965 Records.