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Check out another storming new Marika Hackman track, 'all night'

You thought it was already hot in here? It's gonna get positively steamy now.
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Published: 3:16 pm, July 25, 2019
Check out another storming new Marika Hackman track, 'all night'

Marika Hackman has debuted another taster of her 5* Dork rated new album 'Any Human Friend', which is set to arrive on 9th August.

Titled 'all night', it's rather - y'know - saucy, or "no holds barred" as the press release suggests.

“I thought it would be exciting to write a really overtly sexual song about a woman from the perspective of a woman," Marika explains. "You don’t hear much about sex between women in music, or if you do its usually from a fetishised male perspective, I thought I’d reclaim a bit of that power”.

You can read more from Marika, and that top marks review, in the new issue of Dork, out now.

Marika Hackman is set to hit the road next month for a series of instore dates. She'll also play Green Man Festival before a short run of headline shows this September. You can check out the dates below.

Instore Dates

August
9 Rough Trade - London (7pm)
10 Resident - Brighton (7pm)
11 Rough Trade - Bristol (4pm)
12 Rough Trade - Nottingham (12pm)
12 Jumbo - Leeds (5.30pm)
13 Assai - Edinburgh (6pm)

UK Dates

August
15/18 Green Man Festival

September
21 Thekla - Bristol
23 Oran Mor - Glasgow
24 Brudenell Social Club - Leeds
25 Band On The Wall - Manchester
26 Islington Assembly Hall - London

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