dirt is the latest EP from Hand Habits, the songwriting project of Meg Duffy. Comprised of two songs, '4th of july,' a simmering swell of chaos and beauty and 'i believe in you,' a favorite of Duffy's from the Neil Young cannon, the EP finds the songwriter exploring themes of growth and finding ways to let go of the parts of their past that no longer serve them.Duffy recently relocated to a shared living situation in Los Angeles with musicians Sasami Ashworh and Kyle Thomas (King Tuff), which also housed Thomas' studio. The resulting songs showcase this creatively collaborative environment, with Ashworh co-producing the title track and Thomas co-producing 'i believe in you.' Such is the strength of this relationship, in fact, that this new single just may serve as a bridge toward a greater body of work the three will ultimately create together.

dirt is the latest EP from Hand Habits, the songwriting project of Meg Duffy. Comprised of two songs, '4th of july,' a simmering swell of chaos and beauty and 'i believe in you,' a favorite of Duffy's from the Neil Young cannon, the EP finds the songwriter exploring themes of growth and finding ways to let go of the parts of their past that no longer serve them.Duffy recently relocated to a shared living situation in Los Angeles with musicians Sasami Ashworh and Kyle Thomas (King Tuff), which also housed Thomas' studio. The resulting songs showcase this creatively collaborative environment, with Ashworh co-producing the title track and Thomas co-producing 'i believe in you.' Such is the strength of this relationship, in fact, that this new single just may serve as a bridge toward a greater body of work the three will ultimately create together.

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Dirt EP [Vinyl]
Artist: Hand Habits
Format: Vinyl
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1. 4th of july
2. i believe in you
3. what's the use - Katie Dey Remix (Bonus) [digital only]

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dirt is the latest EP from Hand Habits, the songwriting project of Meg Duffy. Comprised of two songs, '4th of july,' a simmering swell of chaos and beauty and 'i believe in you,' a favorite of Duffy's from the Neil Young cannon, the EP finds the songwriter exploring themes of growth and finding ways to let go of the parts of their past that no longer serve them.Duffy recently relocated to a shared living situation in Los Angeles with musicians Sasami Ashworh and Kyle Thomas (King Tuff), which also housed Thomas' studio. The resulting songs showcase this creatively collaborative environment, with Ashworh co-producing the title track and Thomas co-producing 'i believe in you.' Such is the strength of this relationship, in fact, that this new single just may serve as a bridge toward a greater body of work the three will ultimately create together.