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Austra is back with her first new music since 2017 - check out 'Risk It'

She's also a London headliner.
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Published: 8:30 pm, January 29, 2020
Austra is back with her first new music since 2017 - check out 'Risk It'

Austra is back with her first new music since 2017.

'Risk It' arrives alongside both a video, and news of a headline tour that'll see her play several shows in Europe, including a stop at London's Hoxton Hall on 12th May.

The clip's director Jasmin Mozzafari says: “I wanted to construct a narrative piece that takes place over the course of one night, focusing on a protagonist caught at the inevitable crossroads that exist when love falls apart.

"Ultimately, I saw ‘Risk It’ as a song about the fear of being vulnerable. At the beginning, the protagonist tries to do anything to evade this feeling; by the end, they are forced to face it."

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