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Barny Fletcher has dropped his new mixtape, ‘BOZO’

It arrives ahead of his first-ever headline show.
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Published: 10:39 am, October 18, 2019
Barny Fletcher has dropped his new mixtape, ‘BOZO’

Barny Fletcher has dropped his new mixtape, ‘BOZO’.

The new seven-track release features his singles ‘The Risk’ and ‘The Wave’, and marks the follow-up to his debut project, 'CANVAS2033’.

“[It] doesn’t reference old-school hip-hop and disco quite as much as ‘CANVAS’ did," Barny explains. "I wanted to switch things up a bit. After a festival season of performing it – and having never done any live shows - I also realised there were certain types of tracks I felt I were missing. So yeah. I wrote those tracks, and that became BOZO."

It arrives ahead of his first-ever headline show at London’s Courtyard Theatre on 6th November.

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