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Songs We Love: Bat Fangs, 'Wolfbite'

Ex Hex's Betsy Wright and Flesh Wounds drummer Laura King have assembled a new band that already stands out amid rock's wave of revivalists.
Bat Fangs' self-titled debut album comes out Feb. 2, 2018. Source: Soleil Konkel

There's a sea of rock bands in the world, which means a new tide of bands flows to shore each day, from blithe powerchord advocates to jukebox camp devotees. So when two's Betsy Wright and Flesh Wounds drummer Laura King — it already stands out amid rock's wave of revivalists.

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