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ALMA has announced a new three-track acoustic EP, and a virtual live gig with a guest spot from Tove Lo

The gig will take place on Friday.
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Published: 10:00 pm, June 11, 2020
ALMA has announced a new three-track acoustic EP, and a virtual live gig with a guest spot from Tove Lo

ALMA has announced a new three-track acoustic EP.

'Have U Seen Her?' features reworked versions of previous singles and album tracks 'LA Money', 'Stay All Night' and 'Bad News Baby', and is due for release on 25th June.

ALMA's also announced a special one-off virtual reality show in her own dreamworld taking place this Friday, 12th June at 7pm.

The blurb explains: "Using new technology, attendees will be invited to choose their own avatar and interact with ALMA in a magical forest setting through their own smartphone or computer and without the need for any VR equipment.

"In a special surprise for fans, Tove Lo will also join her virtually from LA for the track they share on the album 'Worst Behaviour'. The link to live stream globally is here, or it can be watched via this link where fans can choose an avatar for the show."

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