Wales Arts Review is extremely excited to show off ‘Can’t See the Point No More’, the new track and video from Superhand, mid-Wales’ electro duo who will be our Artist in Residence this coming June.
“Can’t See the Point No More” is a somewhat timely brooding electronic blues record, with a brand new video created by Maximilian Hartley.
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