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“Haunting” is the perfect last-minute addition to your party playlist

L.A. Witch is here with some spooky new tunes, just in time for Halloween.

Today, the band premieres new single "Haunting," exclusively on NYLON, and announces its forthcoming EP, Octubre. But don't let the name fool you. You'll still be spinning these tunes long after you've gotten over the candy-induced coma. 

L.A. Witch has dipped into a collection of older songs that fit the vibe of the season for Octubre, harnessing the creepy atmospheric vibes into a five-song project. “Octubre is a collection of older songs that we rarely play live," L.A. Witch told NYLON, "but [we] wanted to revisit them since they’re dark and a bit spooky, and felt right for the season."

It's the first time L.A. Witch ever worked with a producer, tapping Mr. Pharmacist aka Gregg Forman for the EP. "We experimented with different textures and sounds for these songs," the band added. This culminated in the perfect balance of sinister and punk that demands to be heard. 

Octubre comes out this Friday, November 2, via Suicide Squeeze and is available for pre-order now. Stream the first track, below, and if you're in L.A. or Europe, head out to hear L.A. Witch live this fall. 

LA Witch Tour Dates:
11/02 – Los Angeles, CA  –   House of Vans
11/15 Brussels, BE AB*
11/16 – Amsterdam, DE  –  Paradiso Noord*
11/17  Hamburg, DEKnust*
11/19 Gothenburg, SE – Pustervik*
11/20  Oslo, NO Rockefeller*
11/21 Stockholm, SE – Nalen*
11/23  Helsinki, FI Tavastia*
11/25 Copenhagen, DK – Gra Hal*
11/26  Berlin, DE   SO36*
11/27 Warsaw, PL – Hybrydy*
11/28  Dresden, DE  Beatpol*
11/29 Vienna, AT – Arena*
12/1  Munich, DE  Strom*
12/2 Milan, IT –   Legend*
12/3  Villeurbanne, FR  Transbordeur*
12/4 Zurich, CH – Dynamo*
12/6   Karlsruhe, DESubstage
12/7 Osnabruck, DE – Rosenhof*
12/8  Koln, DE Luxor*
12/9 –  Paris, FR – La Maroquinerie*
* = w/ Uncle Acid and The Deadbeats

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