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Boniface has a brand new track, 'Oh My God'

It's taken from their self-titled debut album, set for release next week.
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Published: 7:55 pm, January 14, 2020
Boniface has a brand new track, 'Oh My God'

Boniface has debuted a brand new single ahead of the release of their debut album.

Titled 'Oh My God', Boniface - aka Canada's Micah Misser - explains that the track "is about letting someone know how you feel emphatically but without expectation. Love can feel big and scary and complicated but mostly I think it's just about speaking your truth and letting it lie. With Oh My God, I'm speaking my truth and letting it lie.”

The album 'Boniface' is set to arrive on 14th February 2020 via Transgressive Records. They'll return to London for a headline show at Omeara on 27th May.

You can check out 'Oh My God' below.

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