Last Friday Jason Bentley, host of KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic, shared with his listeners a another new track from White Rabbits’ upcoming third album Milk Famous. The song is called “Everyone Can’t Be Confused” and it’s the third cut we’ve heard from the album following “Heavy Metal” and “Temporary.” We thought we’d spread Bentley’s generosity even further by posting the radio rip of the song here. You can listen to the whole show using the widget below and the song is a little after the 22 minute mark, or you can stream the song on its own in the player below. As this is a radio rip, you’ll find the songs before and after overlap with the beginning and end a little.
Milk Famous comes out through ATO Recordings on March 6th.
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