The Skinny: Black Numbers recently welecomed Boston, MA’s Save Ends to their family. The label will release the band’s new EP, Hug Your Friends, later this month. Hug Your Friends follows up the band’s debut 2013 LP, Warm Hearts, Cold Hands, on Tiny Engines. You can stream the second single from Hug Your Friends, “Love Like A Home”, right now just above.

In 2010, whilst 700 beers into a night of D&D, a handful of buds thought it would be awesome to start writing some jams. Two EPs later, they just decided to go ahead and keep doing that because: fun. In 2013, they released their full-length, Warm Hearts, Cold Hands on Tiny Engines. That was pretty awesome. A few Fests mixed in, and Save Ends were maximum party. After a period of hibernation and recovery, they’re ready to come back to life with a new EP on Black Numbers and new haircuts. Everybody wins!

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