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Check out the latest track from The Japanese House, 'Maybe You're The Reason'

It's taken from debut album 'Good At Falling'
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Published: 8:07 pm, January 13, 2019
Check out the latest track from The Japanese House, 'Maybe You're The Reason'

The Japanese House has dropped a brand new taster of her forthcoming debut album.

Titled 'Maybe You're The Reason', the song is track two on first full-length 'Good At Falling', which is set for release on 1st March via Dirty Hit.

The track was debuted as the Chillest Record on Phil Taggarts BBC Radio 1 Chillest Show. You can check it out below.

'Good At Falling' is produced by The Japanese House (aka Amber Bain), BJ Burton (Low, Bon Iver, Francis and the Lights), and The 1975's George Daniel. It follows up on her four previous EPs and includes the previously revealed 'Lilo' and 'Follow My Girl'.

The album will be supported by a tour that kicks off in Brighton on 11th March before calling off in Oxford, Leicester, Sheffield, Manchester and Edinburgh. The run will finish up up at London's Electric Ballroom. You can find the full dates in the tweet below.

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