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Salem Reveal 'I'm Still in the Night' EP, Share New Video

Salem Reveal 'I'm Still in the Night' EP, Share New Video
Salem have some new tunes for you, and this time they're real. Aside from a Britney Spears cover, the last time we heard from the freaked-out and hazy witch house progenitors, the group were on damage control denying phony material uploaded by "cultural jammers." The Michigan-based band have now announced some legit tunes, though, with the I'm Still in the Night EP.

The four-song set arrives November 22 through IAMSOUND, which also released Salem's heralded King Night LP. On top of the EP's three originals, the mini-offering features a lengthy and languid cover of trance artist Alice Deejay's 1998 number "Better Off Alone." You can check out the codeine-laced club cut in the video below.

The EP will be available digitally and on twelve-inch vinyl in a limited edition pressing of 500. You can pre-order a copy here.

I'm Still in the Night:

1. "I'm Still in the Night"

2. "Better Off Alone"

3. "Baby Ratta"

4. "Krawl"

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