SNAPCASE: New Song Posted Online

A new SNAPCASE track, titled "Believe, Revolt (Relocation Blueprint)", has been posted online in MP3 format at this location. "Believe, Revolt (Relocation Blueprint)" comes off the group's forthcoming collection of exclusive material and rarities, "Bright Flashes", due on November 4 through Victory Records. "Bright Flashes" includes four covers of songs by DEVO, JANES ADDICTION and HELMET and also contains "revolutionary" remixes of "Ten AM", "Believe", "Revolt", "Exile Etiquette" and more.

The complete track listing for "Bright Flashes" is as follows:

01. Believe/Revolt (Relocation Blueprint)
02. Dress Rehearsal
03. Blacktop
04. Skeptic
05. Ten A.M. (Good Morning, Mr. Coelacanth)
06. New Academy
07. Mountain Song
08. Depth of Field
09. Freedom of Choice
10. Gates of Steel
11. Makeshift Tourniquet
12. Exile Etiquette (Only British People Can Fly)


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