TV Priest Reflects on Society in 'Uppers'

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Vocalist Charlie Drinkwater discusses the album's reflections on social media, misinformation, pandemics, gentrification, and fatherhood.


 
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London-based TV Priest recently released their debut record, Uppers, through Sub Pop. Vocalist Charlie Drinkwater discusses the album's reflections on social media, misinformation, pandemics, gentrification, and fatherhood.

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