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Bright Eyes have released their second comeback single, 'Forced Convalescence'

The band are working towards a new album. 
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Published: 4:37 pm, April 21, 2020
Bright Eyes have released their second comeback single, 'Forced Convalescence'

Bright Eyes have released their second comeback single, 'Forced Convalescence'.

The track follows on from recent drop 'Persona Non Grata', their first new material since 2011, and arrives ahead of a new album they've previously said will arrive this year "no matter what".

They also have a tour coming up, which is currently pencilled in for September, though with the COVID-19 outbreak may be on the move.

SEPTEMBER
01 London, UK @ Eventim Apollo
02 Manchester, UK @ O2 Apollo
03 Glasgow, UK @ Barrowland
04 Dublin, IE @ Vicar Street
05 Birmingham, UK @ O2 Institute
06 Salisbury, UK @ End of the Road Festival

Give 'Forced Convalescence' a listen below.

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