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Boniface has shared a brand new track, 'Happy Birthday'

It's the first track since their self-titled debut album, which was released back in February.
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Published: 10:42 pm, July 08, 2020
Boniface has shared a brand new track, 'Happy Birthday'

Boniface has shared a brand new track, 'Happy Birthday'.

The first track since their self-titled debut album, which was released back in February, it comes alongside a video featuring members of Girl Ray and Blaenavon, amongst others.

"I celebrated my birthday in isolation on April 22nd," explains Micah Visser. "It was an odd one and celebrating didn't really seem appropriate. I was so lucky to have a safe place to isolate, but it was still an anxious, lonely birthday and I'm sure this experience wasn't unique to me. the idea for the music video stemmed from that - celebrations in isolation, seen through computer screens and video messages and it goes out to everyone trying to connect or find some joy given the circumstances."

You can check out the video for 'Happy Birthday' below.

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