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The record's most scenic lyrics come from "Kitty," an urban pastoral about the all-night noise on Dupuis' block. "It felt important to ground the record in our shared location, especially since being at home and the friendship of my bandmates is what helped me reckon with this album's themes," says Dupuis. But a sense of fight is still at the forefront of Rabbit Rabbit; another catalyst was Speedy Ortiz's efforts as community activists. Molholt and Dupuis are organizers with the Union of Musicians and Allied Workers and it's Philly local, which has worked to place instruments in state prisons.
The record's most scenic lyrics come from "Kitty," an urban pastoral about the all-night noise on Dupuis' block. "It felt important to ground the record in our shared location, especially since being at home and the friendship of my bandmates is what helped me reckon with this album's themes," says Dupuis. But a sense of fight is still at the forefront of Rabbit Rabbit; another catalyst was Speedy Ortiz's efforts as community activists. Molholt and Dupuis are organizers with the Union of Musicians and Allied Workers and it's Philly local, which has worked to place instruments in state prisons.
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Rabbit Rabbit [Opaque Hot Pink, Yellow & Light Blue LP]
Artist: Speedy Ortiz
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $31.98
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DISC: 1

1. Kim Cattrall
2. You S02
3. Scabs
4. Plus One
5. Cry Cry Cry
6. Ballad of Y;S
7. Kitty
8. Who's Afraid of the Bath
9. Ranch Vs. Ranch
10. Emergency ; Me
11. The Sunday
12. Brace Thee
13. Ghostwriter

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The record's most scenic lyrics come from "Kitty," an urban pastoral about the all-night noise on Dupuis' block. "It felt important to ground the record in our shared location, especially since being at home and the friendship of my bandmates is what helped me reckon with this album's themes," says Dupuis. But a sense of fight is still at the forefront of Rabbit Rabbit; another catalyst was Speedy Ortiz's efforts as community activists. Molholt and Dupuis are organizers with the Union of Musicians and Allied Workers and it's Philly local, which has worked to place instruments in state prisons.
        
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