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Black Lips’ New Single Pulled by Italian Label Over “Allegations,” Cole Alexander Responds

The Black Lips were slated to release a new 7" single on October 22 via the Italian garage rock label Wild Honey Records. The record, announced in support of a European tour that began on October 29 and lasts until early December, was slated to feature covers of Fred Cole’s “Colt 44” and Hank Williams’ “Alone and Forsaken.” Before it could see the light of day, however, the release was pulled by the label, citing “certain allegations made against a member of the band” in a statement sent to Pitchfork. The statement to Pitchfork read in full:
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Cole Alexander: Former Bidvest Wits midfielder leaves Odisha FC

The 32-year-old is now a free agent amid rumours that he could return to the PSL with Kaizer Chiefs. Former SuperSport United and Bidvest midfielder Cole Alexander has left Indian Super League side Odisha FC. The player and the club both confirmed they agreed to mutually part ways. Leaving Odisha...
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