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Aurora’s new album ‘A Different Kind of Human’ has been confirmed for June

The record’s preceded by new single ‘The Seed’.
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Published: 12:06 pm, April 05, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Aurora’s new album ‘A Different Kind of Human’ has been confirmed for June

Aurora has announced her new album, ‘A Different Kind of Human’.

Due for release on 7th June via Decca Records, it marks the 23-year-old Norwegian’s third full-length and forms the second part of last year’s surprise release, ‘Infections of A Different Kind’.

The record’s preceded by new single ‘The Seed’, of which she says: “I’m missing anger in the youth. Not the blind rage, pointed towards all and nothing. But the kind of rage that wakes you up in the morning, the kind of rage that Inspires you to do something with the power you have in you. So I made a song. Filled with fire. And power. It’s time for us to really fight for her. This is a cry for Mother Earth.”

The full track listing reads:

The River
Animal
Dance On The Moon
Daydreamer
Hunger
Soulless Creatures
In Bottles
A Different Kind Of Human
Apple Tree
The Seed
Mothership

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