Atlanta progressive post-hardcore band Satyr is proud to premiere their new single, “Andromeda,” today on HM. Satyr – a name intentionally chosen to mean nothing – started as a bedroom project from two friends, Michael Campbell and Jack Tennant, at Georgia State. Now filled out as a four piece, the band tries to remain as active as possible, writing an abundance of songs and beginning to play as many shows as they can handle. The single comes from the band’s debut EP, Neutrino!, released earlier this year.
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