Twerps LP white vinyl repress!


photoJust in today – a new white vinyl repress of Twerps‘ instant classic debut album from 2011!. Aus/NZ customers can get your hands on a copy via all good record stores as of next week, or now via the Chapter webstore.

Overseas customers can get the record via Underwater Peoples.


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