Canadian rock band Selfish Things have released a four new tracks featuring three reimagines songs from their debut album 'Logos' alongside a cover of Jon Bellion's 'Stupid Deep'.
Along with the release, the band have unfortunately announced that they will be canceling their planned upcoming tour dates throughout Canada.
The band shared the following statement:
Hey all, We’ve decided to cancel our Canadian headline dates. We live in uncertain times and it just doesn’t feel like it will be safe or morally sound to go ahead with the tour as planned. Our fans, crew and families health will always come first and we genuinely would never be able to cope with one or more of you getting sick. We miss you all dearly and look forward to being able to see you all at some point in the future. At the same time, we are excited to be releasing our new EP today. With us not being able to play shows, we wanted to give you all something to enjoy through the wild times 2020 has thrown at us. Enjoy the alternate versions and the cover - refunds for all dates are available at point of purchase. Love always, - ST
This marks the first release from Selfish Things since last year's debut full length album 'Logos' and features the following tracks:
Flood - Alternate Version
Crutch - Alternate Version
Torn - Alternate Version
'Logos // Alternate Versions' is now available to download and stream on all platforms.
Listen to more from Selfish Things by visiting their Spotify page!
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