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September 2019
New Music Friday

Deaf Havana have shared another pop teaser from their upcoming album ‘Rituals’

Check out new tune 'Holy'.
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Published: 12:25 am, July 20, 2018Words: Sam Taylor.
Deaf Havana have shared another pop teaser from their upcoming album ‘Rituals’

Deaf Havana have shared another track from their upcoming album ‘Rituals’.

The record arrives on 10th August, with lead taster 'Sinner' marking out a new pop direction for the group - and 'Holy' is no different.

“It feels quite self-indulgent,” says vocalist James Veck-Gilodi of the record. “This is the first time I feel like I have made an album that is all for me, written purely for my own enjoyment. I understand that I might alienate some people who might not ‘get’ the album, but I am so fortunate that the band are behind me all the way. Everyone is super excited to get out on the road and play all these songs live.”

The band recently announced a new show at London’s Brixton Academy, scheduled for 7th December. Slated as the band’s only headline show for the rest of 2018, it’ll follow set at Reading & Leeds this summer.

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