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Music / February 12, 2021

JPEGMAFIA returns with ‘EP2!’

Photography: George Voronov
Music / February 12, 2021

JPEGMAFIA returns with ‘EP2!’

Words: Dylan Murphy


Baltimore’s adopted son AKA JPEGMAFIA has returned with a brand new project, EP2.

It marks Peggy’s first body of work since ‘EP!’ at the tail end of 2020 and sees him lean into a more melodic approach teased on the likes of ‘Free The Frail‘ on his previous album All My Heroes Are Cornballs.

Sitting at 17 minutes it’s a snappy offering from Buttermilk Jesus and will keep listeners at bay as they wait for a full length LP.

Peggy also teased the release of a video for ‘PANIC ROOM!’, but suggested it could be a minute.

Last year, we spoke to JPEGMAFIA for the cover of Issue 007 about clinging to music in its purest form and the relentless nature of the industry.

Listen to EP2! below:

Elsewhere, Irish poet For Those I Love announced his debut self-titled album with the release of a video for ‘Birthday / The Pain’.