Bloodhounds On My Trail had a simply superb 2015 with the release of their album “Escape II”. These Melbourne Shoegazers have a layered texture to their music that is as unparalleled as it is daunting. Let’s hope that 2016 give this band the global recognition it so richly deserves. Check out our original review HERE.

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