Prior to gracing our state for SXSW in March, Brighton’s Fear of Men will release the “reverse chronological singles collectionEarly Fragments, compiling the very nearly perfect run of singles + b-sides that the band has released on various labels over the last year and a half or so. The record opens with arguably the group’s prettiest song to date, the previously unreleased “Seer,” a gorgeous, tender track that bodes very well for the band’s first full-length (due sometime later this year). Early Fragments is out on marbled vinyl on February 12 via Kanine; pre-order here or here.

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