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The release date had been set, the demos had been recorded and the studio had already been booked when Daily Bread decided to take a completely different tack with their sophomore album, Iterum; an accurate reflection of the band’s attempts to reinvent themselves after the success of their self-described “sexy dance garage” debut Well, You Are Not Invited. The result is a journey of driving, emotive synthpop, as best heard in their soaring anthems “Loverst” and “The Conflict”.

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