The Morning After Girls

The Morning After Girls

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Australian natives The Morning After Girls emerge with a new lineup for their latest album, which explore themes of loneliness and isolation in our modern world. Check out their new sound in a live session at 11:15am.

The Morning After Girls

Australian natives The Morning After Girls emerge with a new lineup for their latest album, which explore themes of loneliness and isolation in our modern world. Check out their new sound in a live session at 11:15am.

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Melbourne- based group, The Morning After Girls, range from melancholic melodies to psychedelic sounds on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am. Click HERE to Watch Video!

The Morning After Girls

Melbourne- based group, The Morning After Girls, range from melancholic melodies to psychedelic sounds on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am. Click HERE to Watch Video!

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