Call All Human 'Braxton Paltrow'

2019-03-18 by ConcubinaryCode | 4 Comments
All Human collaboration of Adam Fisher of Fear Before fame and Brian Ferrera of Trophy Scars, have announced a new single titled, "Call Me Braxton Paltrow". The song is available on all streaming services.

https://open.spotify.com/track/7qwqpQmCvDmsEaCKwVvQSn?si=fwajQoDcSjepL2eQbC9MaQ

The band has also announced the aforementioned "Teenagers..." vinyl album is on sale for $25 for TODAY ONLY at the following site.

https://allhumanmusic.bigcartel.com/

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Rowan5215
Staff Reviewer
March 19th 2019
41602 Comments


this rules like all their songs

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ConcubinaryCode
March 19th 2019
4541 Comments


It's lovely

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JasonCarne
March 19th 2019
1040 Comments


Dig it, solid track.

Toondude10
March 20th 2019
13829 Comments


great song



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