Dedicated Follower of Fashioning Misery

by The Holy Orders

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They say he was a master of medical mimicry It's safe to say he knew his way around a suppository It was a crime against human ability A dedicated follower of fashioning misery And people like you and me Lived in the vicinity We looked the other way We lived in buildings next to the hospital We could not quite see They say he was a master of medical mimicry It's safe to say he knew his way around a suppository It was a crime against human ability A dedicated follower of fashioning misery And people like you and me Lived in the vicinity We looked the other way We lived in buildings next to the cemetery We could not quite see And if you should ask us I don't think we would know They say he was a master of medical mimicry It's safe to say he knew his way around a suppository It was a crime against human ability A dedicated follower of fashioning misery Dedicated
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Reset 03:48
There's a man who likes to sit and watch the world go by he'd like to change it but stuff could happen if he tried Sometimes he laughs and sometimes he cries and sometime he doesn't bother to emote at all Sometimes he eats rice and vegetables Sometimes he eats vegetable rice He much prefers the former He says the sound tastes nice Sometimes he'll use a spoon sometimes he'll use a fork and sometimes he will just eat it with his hands This chaos takes a lot of patience All he wanted was to reset

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"The best thing out of Hull since the Humber Bridge" — Josh T. Pearson (Lift to Experience)

‘Dedicated Follower of Fashioning Misery’ perfectly encapsulates the qualities that have made the Holy Orders a mainstay of the Hull music scene.
Championed by Tom Robinson on BBC 6 Music ("Just when you've had it with Strokes/Interpol/Editors soundalikes along come The Holy Orders and restore your faith in indie guitar music") with several plays of previous releases and a 6 Music live session.
The group have an enviable knack of going from strength to strength with each release, and ‘Dedicated Follower of Fashioning Misery’ is without a doubt their strongest yet.

“The Holy Orders are here to rescue rock from the fakes, the phonies and the frauds.” — The Devil has the Best Tuna

"Just when you've had it with Strokes/Interpol/Editors soundalikes along come The Holy Orders and restore your faith in indie guitar music" — Tom Robinson

released May 5, 2017 by The Adult Teeth Recording Company

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released May 5, 2017

All songs written & performed by The Holy Orders.
Engineered, Mixed & Mastered by Steven Cutler.
Produced by The Holy Orders & Steven Cutler.
Artwork by Miles Downe, Liam Wells & Lewis Young.

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The Holy Orders Hull, UK

"Just when you've had it with Strokes/Interpol/Editors soundalikes along come The Holy Orders and restore your faith in indie guitar music" Tom Robinson (BBC 6music)

The Holy Orders were first told that their amps were too loud in 2006.
Since then, the four-piece from Hull have divided the opinions of many sound engineers.

The Holy Orders continue to be loud.
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