Lapalux announces new EP 'The End Of Industry'

Having only just released his latest album 'Ruinism' in the last few months, producer Lapalux has now returned to announce his plans for a follow-up EP.

The new release 'The End Of Industry' will contain a collection of new and unreleased material, including the new track 'Holding On', and is due to be released on the 13th October via Brainfeeder Records.

Have a listen to 'Holding On' in the player below.

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