This 7â release, coming off in an edition of 300, is an essential listen to any Why? or early Band Of Horses fans. With âLiquid Lungâ being at first a motive for past recollections, then through a serene passage turning into âOha Cosmonautâ, The Binary Marketing Show tend to slowly shed a light on whatever may have seemed hopeless and wrong before. On Side B, The New Dietâs âVan Songâ starts off with a lo-fi aesthetic of reverb, fuzz and nostalgia. By the time drums and distorted guitars make their presence and with the vocals becoming stronger and less clear, its melodic harmonies are gradually losing touch with whatâs preceded, finally resulting in an eruptive ending. What better way to welcome autumn for good than with a modern indie approach?