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Deaf Havana have dropped their new live album, 'Deaf Havana Live At Brixton Academy'.

The 22 track effort features songs performed at the band's date at the legendary London venue last December.
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Published: 2:16 pm, March 15, 2019
Deaf Havana have dropped their new live album, 'Deaf Havana Live At Brixton Academy'.

Deaf Havana have dropped their new descriptively titled live album, 'Deaf Havana Live At Brixton Academy'.

The 22 track effort features songs performed at the band's date at the legendary London venue last December to a crowd of over 4,500 people, marking their biggest headline show to date.

Talking to the fans at the show, Deaf Havana frontman James Veck-Gilodi said: “This is a milestone in anyone’s career, we’ve had it not tougher then anyone else, but it’s been a weird journey, and if you grew up where we grew up, to do this is unheard of! So thank you, it’s only down to you we’re allowed to do this. I cannot express my gratitude enough”.

You can check out the album in full, below.

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