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Allie X has announced her new album, 'Cape God'

It'll arrive in February. 
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Published: 2:44 pm, December 17, 2019
Allie X has announced her new album, 'Cape God'

Allie X has announced her new album, 'Cape God'.

Due for release on 21st February, the release will be accompanied by a lengthy headline tour that includes a night at London's Heaven in June.

“Going into these buried feelings I had as a teenager was the perspective I chose to write this album from," she says. "It happened very naturally and without much thought once I started. As always, it was easiest to add an element of fantasy and aesthetic beauty to tell my story, and thus Cape God was born. If I had to make a mission statement for this record I would say: Cape God is a liminal space I created to explore my repressed feelings and perhaps create a different outcome."

Check out her new single, with Troye Sivan, 'Love Me Wrong' below.

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