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Subculture Entertainment and 94.1FM’s resident football journo Dave Griffiths keeps you updated with all the 2020 AFL Trade Bait news right here.

CONFIRMED TRADES, DELISTINGS AND RETIREMENTS

ADELAIDE –

Outgoing: Ben Davis (delisted), Jake Kelly (free agency to Essendon), Tom Lynch (delisted), David Mackay (retired), Ronin O’Connor (delisted), Tyson Stengle (retired), Daniel Talia (delisted), Draft Pick #23 (traded to Western Bulldogs), Draft Pick #37 (traded to Melbourne), Draft Pick #44 (traded to Western Bulldogs), Draft Pick #62 (traded to St Kilda), Draft Pick #66 (traded to St Kilda), 2022 First Round Draft Pick (traded to Sydney), 2022 Round Four Draft Pick (traded to St Kilda)

Incoming: Ben Davis (Draft Pick #3 Rookie Draft), Jordan Dawson (traded from Sydney), Luke Nankervis (Draft Pick #2 Pre-Season Draft), Joshua Rachele (Pick #6 National Draft), Jake Soligo (Draft Pick #36 National Draft), Zac Taylor (Draft Pick #44 National Draft), Draft Pick #33 (traded from Melbourne), Draft Pick #42 (free agency compensation), Draft Pick #75 (traded from Western Bulldogs), 2022 First Round Draft Pick (traded from Melbourne)

BRISBANE –

Outgoing: Connor Ballenden (delisted), Grant Birchall (retired), Cam Ellis-Yolmen (delisted), Tom Joyce (delisted), Archie Smith (delisted), Brock Smith (delisted), Draft Pick #50 (traded to Geelong), 2022 Third Round Draft Pick (traded to Geelong)

Incoming: Cam Ellis-Yolmen (Draft Pick #12 Rookie Draft), Darcy Fort (traded from Geelong), Kai Lohmann (Draft Pick #20 National Draft), James Tunstill (Draft Pick #41 National Draft), Darcy Wilmot (Draft Pick #16 National Draft), Draft Pick #41 (traded from Geelong)

 

CARLTON –

Outgoing: Eddie Betts (retired), Levi Casboult (delisted), Matthew Cottrell (delisted), Michael Gibbons (delisted), Liam Jones (retired), Marc Murphy (retired), Lochie O’Brien (delisted), Sam Petrevski-Seton (traded to West Coast), Sam Ramsay (delisted), Draft Pick #6 (traded to Fremantle), 2022 Third Round Draft Pick (traded to Fremantle)

Incoming: Adam Cerra (traded from Fremantle), Matthew Cottrell (Draft Pick #19 Rookie Draft), George Hewitt (free agent from Sydney), Josh Honey (mid-season draft), Matthew Kennedy (mid-season draft), Jesse Motlop (Draft Pick #27 National Draft), Lochie O’Brien (Draft Pick #6 Rookie Draft), Lewis Young (traded from Western Bulldogs)

 

COLLINGWOOD –

Outgoing: Isaac Chugg (delisted), Levi Greenwood (retired), Max Lynch (traded to Hawthorn), Chris Mayne (retired), Jay Rantall (delisted), Brayden Sier (delisted), Josh Thomas (retired), Anton Tohill (retired), Draft Pick #22 (traded to Fremantle), Draft Pick #27 (traded to Richmond), Draft Pick #41 (traded to Geelong), Draft Pick #43 (traded to Western Bulldgos), 2022 Second Round Draft Pick (traded to Gold Coast), 2022 Third Round Draft Pick (traded to Hawthorn), 2022 Third Round Draft Pick (traded to Gold Coast), 2022 Fourth Road Draft Pick (traded to Gold Coast), 2022 Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded to Hawthorn)

Incoming: Isaac Chugg (Draft Pick #17 Rookie Draft), Nick Daicos (Draft Pick #4 National Draft), Charlie Dean (Draft Pick #2 Rookie Draft), Arlo Draper (Draft Pick #45 National Draft), Harvey Harrison (Draft Pick #52 National Draft), Nathan Kreuger (traded from Geelong), Patrick Lipinski (traded from Western Bulldogs), Cooper Murley (Draft Pick #49 National Draft), Draft Pick #22 (traded from Gold Coast), Draft Pick #27 (traded from Fremantle), Draft Pick #38 (traded from Richmond), Draft Pick #40 (traded from Richmond), Draft Pick #46 (traded from Gold Coast), Draft Pick #55 (traded from Geelong), Draft Pick #58 (traded from Gold Coast), Draft Pick #79 (traded from Gold Coast), 2022 Third Round Draft Pick (traded from Fremantle), 2022 Third Round Draft Pick (traded from Hawthorn), 2022 Third Round Draft Pick (traded from Hawthorn), 2022 Third Round Draft Pick (traded from Richmond), 2022 Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded from Gold Coast)

ESSENDON –

Outgoing: Patrick Ambrose (retired), Ned Cahill (delisted), Dylan Clarke (delisted), Martin Gleeson (delisted), Cale Hooker (retired), Lachie Johnson (Delisted), Irving Mosquito (retired), David Zaharakis (delisted)

Incoming: Benjamin Hobbs (Draft Pick #13 National Draft), Jake Kelly (free agent from Adelaide), Alastair Lord (Draft Pick #46 National Draft), Garrett McDonagh (Draft Pick #50 National Draft), Patrick Voss (Draft Pick #9 Rookie Draft)

FREMANTLE –

Outgoing: Connor Blakely (delisted), Brett Brewley (delisted), Adam Cerra (traded to Carlton), Reece Conca (delisted), Mitch Crowden (delisted), Taylin Duman (delisted), Stefan Giro (delisted), Stephen Hill (retired), Leno Thomas (delisted), Tobe Watson (delisted), Draft Pick #22 (traded to Geelong), Draft Pick #27 (traded to Collingwood), 2022 Second Round Draft Pick (traded to Gold Coast), 2022 Third Round Draft Pick (traded to Collingwood), 2022 Third Round Draft Pick (traded to Geelong), 2022 Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded to Gold Coast)

Incoming: Jye Amiss (Draft Pick #8 National Draft), Eric Benning (Draft Pick #54 National Draft), Connor Blakley (Draft Pick #24 Rookie Draft), Will Brodie (traded from Gold Coast), Jordan Clark (traded from Geelong),Mitch Crowden (Draft Pick #20 Rookie Draft), Neil Erasmus (Draft Pick #10 National Draft), Ethan Hughes (rookie list), Matthew Johnson (Draft Pick #21 National Draft), Karl Worner (Draft Pick 8 Rookie Draft), Draft Pick #6 (traded from Carlton), Draft Pick #19 (traded from Gold Coast), Draft Pick #22 (traded from Collingwood), Draft Pick #61 (traded from Gold Coast), Draft Pick #69 (Traded from Gold Coast), 2022 Round Three Draft Pick (traded from Carlton), 2022 Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded from Geelong)

 

GEELONG –

Outgoing: Oscar Brownless (delisted), Jordan Clark (traded to Fremantle), Charlie Constable (delisted), Darcy Fort (traded to Brisbane), Lachie Henderson (retired), Ben Jarvis (delisted), Josh Jenkins (retired), Nathan Kreuger (traded to Collingwood), Stefan Okunbor (delisted), Cam Taheny (delisted), Draft Pick #41 (traded to Brisbane), Draft Pick #55 (traded to Collingwood), 2022 Third Round Draft Pick (traded to Hawthorn), 2022 Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded to Fremantle)

Incoming: Jonathan Ceglar (traded from Hawthorn), Toby Conway (Draft Pick #24 National Draft), Oliver Dempsey (Draft Pick #13 Rookie Draft), Matthew Knevitt (Draft Pick #25 National Draft), Flynn Kroeger (Draft Pick #48 National Draft), Oisin Mullin (recruited from Ireland), Tyson Stengle (delisted free agent from Adelaide), Cooper Whyte (Draft Pick #64 National Draft), James Willis (Draft Pick #32 National Draft), Draft Pick #22 (traded from Fremantle), Draft Pick #41 (traded from Collingwood), Draft Pick #50 (traded from Brisbane), 2022 Third Round Draft Pick (traded from Brisbane), 2022 Third Round Draft Pick (traded from Fremantle), 2022 Round Four Draft Pick (traded from Hawthorn)

GOLD COAST –

Outgoing: Will Brodie (traded to Fremantle), Aiden Fyfe (delisted), Hugh Greenwood (delisted), Jarrod Harbrow (retired), Jack Hombsch (retired), Jez McLennan (delisted), Jordan Murdoch (retired), Zac Smith (retired), Rory Thompson (delisted), Luke Towey (delisted), Jacob Townsend (delisted), Draft Pick #19 (traded to Fremantle), Draft Pick #22 (traded from Collingwood), Draft Pick #46 (traded from Collingwood), Draft Pick #58 (traded from Collingwood), Draft Pick #61 (traded to Fremantle), Draft Pick #69 (traded to Fremantle), Draft Pick #79 (traded from Collingwood), 2022 Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded from Collingwood)

Incoming: Mac Andrew (Draft Pick #5 National Draft), Sandy Brock (drafted from Gold Coast Suns Academy), Levi Casboult (Draft Pick #3 Rookie Draft), Mabior Chol (free agent from Richmond), Charlie Constable (Draft Pick #63 National Draft), Jez McLennan (Draft Pick 18 Rookie Draft), Rory Thompson (Draft Pick #1 Pre-Season Draft), Bodhi Uwland (drafted from Gold Coast Suns Academy), 2022 Second Round Draft Pick (traded from Collingwood), 2022 Second Round Draft Pick (traded from Fremantle), 2022 Third Round Draft Pick (traded from Collingwood), 2022 Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded from Collingwood), 2022 Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded from Fremantle)

GWS –

Outgoing: Matt Buntine (delisted), Jeremy Finlayson (traded to Port Adelaide), Tom Hutcheson (delisted), Shane Mumford (retired), Sam Reid (Delisted, Nick Shipley (delisted), Jacob Wehr (delisted)

Incoming: Leek Aleer (Draft Pick #15 National Draft), Jarrod Brander (delisted free agent from West Coast), Finn Callaghan (Draft Pick #3 National Draft), Josh Fahey (Draft Pick #42 National Draft), Cooper Hamilton (Draft Pick #11 Rookie Draft), Jacob Wehr (Draft Pick #21 Rookie Draft), 2022 Third Round Draft Pick (traded from Port Adelaide)

HAWTHORN –

Outgoing: Keegan Brooksby (delisted), Shaun Burgoyne (retired), Jonathan Ceglar (traded to Geelong), James Cousins (delisted), Damon Greaves (delisted), Ollie Hanrahan (delsited), Michael Hartley (delisted), Tim O’Brien (free agent to Western Bulldogs), Jonathan Patton (retired), Harrison Pepper (Delisted), Tom Scully (retired), 2022 Third Round Draft Pick (traded to Collingwood), 2022 Third Round Draft Pick (traded to Collingwood), 2022 Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded to Geelong)

Incoming: Sam Butler (Draft Pick #23 National Draft), Ned Long (Draft Pick #5 Rookie Draft), Max Lynch (traded from Collingwood), Connor Macdonald (Draft Pick #26 National Draft), Ned Reeves (midseason draft), Jai Serong (Draft Pick #53 National Draft), Joshua Ward (Draft Pick #7 National Draft), 2022 Third Round Draft Pick (traded from Collingwood), 2022 Third Round Draft Pick (traded from Geelong), 2022 Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded from Collingwood)

MELBOURNE –

Outgoing: Austin Bradtke (delsited), Kye Declase (delisted), Marty Hore (delisted), Neville Jetta (retired), Nathan Jones (retired), Jay Lockhart (delisted), Aaron Nietschke (Delisted), Aaron vandenBerg (delisted), Draft Pick #33 (traded to Adelaide), Draft Pick #45 (traded to Western Bulldogs), 2022 Round One Draft Pick (traded to Adelaide)

Incoming: Luke Dunstan (free agent from St Kilda), Blake Howes (Draft Pick #39 National Draft), James Jordan (rookie list), Judd McVee (Draft Pick #16 Rookie Draft), Jacob Van Rooyan Draft Pick #19 National Draft), Taj Woewodin (Draft Pick #65 National Draft), Draft Pick #17 (traded from Western Bulldogs), Draft Pick #37 (traded from Adelaide), Draft Pick #49 (traded from St Kilda)

NORTH MELBOURNE –

Outgoing: Shaun Atley (delisted), Tom Campbell (Delisted), Trent Dumont (delisted), Taylor Garner (delisted), Charlie Ham (delisted), Connor Menadue (delisted), Jared Polac (delisted), Robbie Tarrant (traded to Richmond), Dom Tyson (delisted), Will Walker (delisted), Draft Pick #40 (traded to Richmond), 2022 Second Round Draft Pick (traded to Richmond)

Incoming: Jackson Archer (Draft Pick #59 National Draft), Miller Bergman (Draft Pick #38 National Draft), Callum Coleman-Jones (traded from Richmond), Paul Curtis (Draft Pick #35 National Draft), Josh Goater (Draft Pick #22 National Draft), Hugh Greenwood (delisted free agent from Gold Coast), Jason Horne-Francis (Draft Pick #1 National Draft), Jared Polec (Draft Pick #1 Rookie Draft), Draft Pick #42 (traded from Richmond), Draft Pick #47 (traded from Richmond), 2022 Round Four Draft Pick (traded from Richmond)

PORT ADELAIDE –

Outgoing: Trent Burgoyne (delisted), Joel Garner (Delisted), Hamish Hartlett (delisted), Peter Ladhams (traded to Sydney), Jarrod Lienert (delisted), Sam Mayes (delisted), Tom Rockliff (retired), Boyd Woodcock (delisted), Draft Pick #16 (traded to Sydney), 2022 Third Round Draft Pick (traded to GWS)

Incoming: Jase Burgoyne (Draft Pick #60 National Draft), Trent Dumont (Drat Pick #14 Rookie Draft), Jeremy Finlayson (traded from GWS) ,Mangara Frederick (rookie list), Hugh Jackson (Draft Pick #55 National Draft), Sam Mayes (Draft Pick #22 Rookie Draft), Joshua Sinn (Draft Pick #12 National Draft), Sam Skinner (delisted free agent from Brisbane), Dale Visentini (Draft Pick #56 National Draft), Draft Pick #12 (traded from Sydney), 2022 Third Round Draft Pick (traded from Sydney)

RICHMOND –

Outgoing: David Astbury (retired), Mabior Chol (free agent to Gold Coast), Callum Coleman-Jones (traded to North Melbourne), Noah Cumberland (delisted), Derek Eggmolesse-Smith (delisted), Ryan Garthwaite (delisted), Bachar Houli (retired), Patrick Naish (delisted), Bigoa Nyuon (delsited), Draft Pick #38 (traded to Collingwood), Draft Pick #40 (traded to Collingwood), Draft Pick #42 (traded to North Melbourne), Draft Pick #47 (traded to North Melbourne), 2022 Third Round Draft Pick (traded to Collingwood), 2022 Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded to North Melbourne)

Incoming : Samuel Banks (Draft Pick #29 National Draft), Tom Brown (Draft Pick #17 National Draft), Judson Clarke (Draft Pick #30 National Draft), Joshua Gibcus (Draft Pick #9 National Draft), Bigoa Nyuon (Draft Pick #7 Rookie Draft), Tyler Sonsie (Draft Pick #28 National Draft), Robbie Tarrant (traded from North Melbourne), Draft Pick #27 (traded from Collingwood), Draft Pick #38 (free agent compensation), Draft Pick #40 (traded from North Melbourne), 2022 Round Two Draft Pick (traded from North Melbourne)

ST KILDA –

Outgoing: Sam Alabakis (delisted), Jake Carlisle (retired), Oscar Clavarino (delisted), Luke Dunstan (free agent to Melbourne), James Frawley (retired), Paul Hunter (delisted), Jack Lonie (delsited), Shaun McKernan (delisted), Dylan Roberton (retired), Draft Pick #49 (traded to Melbourne)

Incoming: Oscar Adams (Draft Pick #51 National Draft), Tom Campbell (delisted free agent from North Melbourne), Mitchito Owens (Draft Pick #33 National Draft), Nasiah Wanganeen-Milera (Draft Pick #11 National Draft), Callum Wilkie (rookie list), Marcus Windhager (Draft Pick #47 National Draft), Draft Pick #62 (traded to Adelaide), Draft Pick #66 (traded to Adelaide), 2022 Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded to Adelaide)

SYDNEY –

Outgoing: Kaiden Brand (delisted), Malachy Carruthers (delisted), Jordan Dawson (traded to Adelaide), Sam Gray (delisted), George Hewitt (free agent to Carlton), Matthew Ling (delisted), Lewis Taylor (delisted), Draft Pick #12 (traded to Port Adelaide), 2022 Future Thrid Round Draft Pick (traded to Port Adelaide)

Incoming: Peter Ladhams (traded from Port Adelaide), Lachlan Rankin (Draft Pick #58 National Draft), Matthew Roberts (Draft Pick #34 National Draft), Angus Sheldrick (Draft Pick #18 National Draft), Lewis Taylor (Draft Pick #10 Rookie Draft), Corey Warner (Draft Pick #40 National Draft), Draft Pick #16 (traded from Port Adelaide), Draft Pick #39 (free agent compensation), 2022 First Round Draft Pick (traded from Adelaide)

WEST COAST –

Outgoing: Brandon Ah Chee (Delisted), Brayden Ainsworth (delisted), Jarrod Brander (Delisted), Jarrod Cameron (Delisted), Will Cousins (delisted), Mark Hutchings (delisted), Ben Johnson (delisted), Nathan Vardy (delisted), Daniel Venables (retired), Draft Pick #52 (traded to Western Bulldogs)

Incoming: Campbell Chesser (Draft Pick #14 National Draft), Greg Clark (Draft Pick #62 National Draft)Brady Hough (Draft Pick #31 National Draft), Sam Petrevski-Seton (traded from Carlton), Rhett Bazzo (Draft Pick #37 National Draft), Jack Williams (Draft Pick #57 National Draft)

WESTERN BULLDOGS –

Outgoing: Ben Cavarra (delisted), Will Hayes (delisted), Lin Jong (retired), Patrick Lipinski (traded to Collingwood), Easton Wood (retired), Lewis Young (traded to Carlton), Draft Pick #17 (traded to Melbourne), Draft Pick #75 (traded to Adelaide)

Incoming: Luke Cleary (Draft Pick #61 National Draft), Sam Darcy (Draft Pick #2 National Draft), Arthur Jones (Draft Pick #43 National Draft), Robbie McComb (Draft Pick #23 National Draft), Tim O’Brien (Free agent from Hawthorn), Charlie Parker (Draft Pick #15 Rookie Draft), Draft Pick #23 (traded from Adelaide), Draft Pick #43 (traded from Collingwood), Draft Pick #44 (traded from Adelaide), Draft Pick #45 (traded from Melbourne), Draft Pick #52 (traded from West Coast)

Another film screening at this year’s Monster Fest is the comedy horror Crabs. This week Subculture’s Dave Griffiths sat down and had a chat to the film’s director Pierce Berolzhemier about the film.

Don’t forget to grab your Monster Fest tickets at www.monsterfest.com.au and you can listen to the full interview with Pierce below:

No-one likes to be the bearer of bad news, so today comes bearing good news – that Reliqa’s single ‘The Bearer of Bad News’ is out Wednesday November 24th! It can be purchased/streamed now at https://ingrv.es/TheBearerofBadNews.

Not only that, but Reliqa is adding yet ANOTHER arrow to their live music quiver in 2022 – they are playing at MONOLITH FESTIVAL across the country, alongside Karnivool, COG, Plini, Ocean Grove, Ecca Vandal and more! They already have a pretty packed dance card, being that they are playing the Brisbane and Sydney legs of Full Tilt Festival and also supporting Void of Vision on their tour in July 2022!

THE BEARER OF BAD NEWS is your invitation into the depths of the sinister and occult. Reliqa’s latest work is a transcendental exploration into the dark art of deception, spun with themes of control and manipulation. Time and time again the pursuit of power has spiralled into catastrophe, and as these tables turn, so too does ‘Bearer’, packed to the brim with subversive excitement. Trying their hand with ethnic soundscapes and darker, harrowing rhythmic motifs, the band are digging deeper into their forward-thinking alt. prog sound. Reliqa have imagined a visceral, enigmatic projection of our world, and in doing so pose the challenge – question everything.
Vocalist for Reliqa, Monique Pym, says that “After the weirdest, most difficult two years, it couldn’t feel more cathartic to be setting ‘Bearer’ free. Having an extended period of time to reflect and build and expand upon the massive world we started dipping our toes into with this piece is a rare experience which, in hindsight, turned out to be as valuable to us as it was challenging. As we enter the new chapter of Reliqa, there are inevitably a whole load of emotions and fears to unravel, and Bearer really serves as the perfect outlet for that kind of purge. It is a song to get completely and utterly lost in. We can’t wait for our audience to share that intimate experience with us“.
Reliqa are the outrageous four-piece from Sydney, Australia who are forging their place in the emerging generation of modern progressive metal. Unrestrained by conventions, the outfit are taking their song writing and soundscapes to sophisticated new heights and are eager to share their latest offerings in the months to come with the support of an exciting new team.

In just a few short years, Reliqa have well and truly begun garnering the attention of a dedicated fanbase, having shared the stage with a host of iconic acts including SevendustDead Letter Circus and Thornhill, and are set to continue their exponential growth spell at the highly-anticipated Full Tilt and Monolith festivals in 2022. They have had various tracks featured on Spotify Editorial playlists including Heavy Queens, New Metal Tracks, New Blood, they have been said to be “…turning the right heads and gaining the right attention for so many reasons” by Wall of Sound and 2021 saw them announce their signing to Open Door Management with Chris O’Brien & Josh Smith (Northlane, The Butterfly Effect etc).

Closing out the year with a flourish, the band are making their return in welcoming new single, ‘The Bearer of Bad News’ – a hard-hitting, cool-minded, enigmatic take on the art of deception. Treading foreign ground while still remaining true-to-form, this track is yet another showcase of Reliqa’s ability to maintain a powerfully truthful identity as they pave their way through the alternative music industry.

Tickets are on sale now for Monolith Festival, Full Tilt Festival and Void of Vision’s tour dates, and Reliqa’s new single ‘The Bearer of Bad News’ is out Wednesday 24th November at https://ingrv.es/TheBearerofBadNews.

Repriever are resurfacing today in order to bring their brand new heavy-as-hell track to the world. ‘Resurface’ will show it’s face to the world on Thursday November 26th – and can be pre-saved right now at https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/repriever/resurface.

The outfit out of the Central Coast of NSW are putting out this track with the intention of speaking up about the issues surrounding Fear of Abandonment and damage caused by not having consistency and security in life as a young person.

Vocalist Joshua Stewart speaks about the track’s themes: “The often crippling fear of abandonment is something a lot of us live with and it often gets a hold of someone as the aftermath of a love one’s actions. Resurface touches on dealing with this anxiety and trying to keep emotions in control without just bottling them away.

He continued: “Resurface touches on the damage caused by growing up and never really having a stable, consistent home. Between living in tents, old houses with no running water or in caravans in my grandparent’s yard, it became hard to feel a sense of security and consistency. It also became difficult to make friends and fit in at the 11 different primary schools I attended which was fairly damaging to my social abilities through high school and my late teens. This lead to a constantly lingering and often crippling fear of abandonment. As I grew into my late 20s I’d become a lot better at dealing with it in a rational way but it can still take me by surprise from time to time.

By the time I started attending high school the moving had settled down a lot but by that point I had no idea how to social and I was mostly bullied. Usually if I did make friends they were friendships that wouldn’t last long.

Coming together towards the end of 2018, Repriever got to work writing an EP. September 2019 saw the release of their debut EP Idle Minds, as well as the departure of vocalist Mark and the joining of Joshua Stewart. Following this, Repriever made their live debut at the Hamilton Station Hotel in November 2019 which was followed by shows in Canberra, Sydney and Newcastle again to close off the year.

Single ‘Grim’ gained traction fast following its release, earning it a place in playlists Homegrown and Heavy on Spotify and Heaps Heavy on Apple Music as well as gaining 25,000+ streams between the two services within six months of release.

2021 for Repriever was spent juggling reschedules, as well as writing and recording new music. Repriever has also welcomed guitarist Brendan Mobbs.

Repriever’s new single Resurface is released on Thursday November 26th – and can be pre-saved right now at https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/repriever/resurface.