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Oakland duo in conversation about their new Ursula K. Le Guin Inspired LP
In their EP’s first video, “Running Hot,” the band hosts a party and becomes increasingly obsessed with the fact that no one seems to be showing up. They obsess over their Facebook invite list, message supposed “Going” friends when they don’t arrive on time, and fall into bored despair as their event seems destined for failure.