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Check out Sundara Karma's brilliant new track, 'One Last Night On This Earth'

It's a glam stomper that signposts a whole new sound for the quartet.
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Published: 7:30 pm, October 31, 2018
Check out Sundara Karma's brilliant new track, 'One Last Night On This Earth'

Sundara Karma have dropped their second new track of recent weeks.

Titled 'One Last Night On This Earth', it's a glam stomper that signposts a whole new sound for the quartet. With an other worldly hint of Bowie at his best, you can read our first thoughts right here.

The track comes as the band announce a brand new tour, which kicks off in Glasgow next April, before calling off in Nottingham, Manchester, Bristol, Sheffield, Birmingham, Southampton and London.

You can read more from the band in the November issue of Dork, out now. This month also features Maggie Rogers, LANY, Kurt Vile, Blaenavon, and loads more.

Catch Sundara Karma on tour:

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02 GLASGOW Barrowland
04 NOTTINGHAM Rock City
06 MANCHESTER O2 Victoria Warehouse
08 BRISTOL O2 Academy Bristol
09 SHEFFIELD O2 Academy Sheffield
10 BIRMINGHAM O2 Institute
12 SOUTHAMPTON O2 Guildhall
13 LONDON O2 Academy Brixton

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