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Robotic Hawks Streams New EP ‘All Business’

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New Hampshire-based band Robotic Hawks has released a blistering new EP today entitled All Business. This release comes just ahead of their appearance in Boston’s 2024 Rock and Roll Rumble.

The four-track record is led by the fiery alt-rock single “High Maintenance,” an anthemic song which finds the trio calling out all those that need to be called out. Other tracks include a riff-fueled cover of Terence Trent D’Arby’s “Wishing Well,” a live favorite called “Further,” and the band’s take on The Squeaky Fromme’s “Cab Ride,” an important song to vocalist/bassist Tyler Pollard, originally penned by his longtime close friend Damien Pratt.

Pollard discusses the songs on the new EP:

“The song themes on All Business center around the need for self-awareness. Sometimes you have to ask yourself the hard questions, whether you want to or not. Trust yourself before you can trust others. Gotta have faith, right?”

Stream All Business in full below and keep checking back for more from Robotic Hawks!

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