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12:34 (Mammoth Cave)

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Vancouver’s Needles//Pins kicks off 12:34 with the somewhat nihilistic “I Don’t Mind” (which appears to be a testament to the healing powers of a hook-up) and the rest of the album shimmies along accordingly. Needles//Pins is strumming our pain and embarrassment through tight garage songs, chronicling drunk-dials, hating on exes, getting too high, getting the brush-off, brushing people off. You can forgive the band for creating such a horrifyingly realistic Sunday-morning-regret effect because you won’t be able to stop dancing and air guitaring on your way to hangover breakfast. Go easy on yourself, we’ve all been there.

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