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Declan McKenna cloned himself for his Sunday Brunch performance

Declan's new album is coming in August.
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Published: 10:41 am, April 07, 2020
Declan McKenna cloned himself for his Sunday Brunch performance

Declan McKenna cloned himself for his Sunday Brunch performance.

Our Deccers popped by for a virtual performance over the weekend, of his smash single 'Beautiful Faces', and in place of his band, he performed each part himself.

The track's an earlier-than-expected teaser from 'Zeros' - the follow-up to 2017 debut, 'What Do You Think About The Car?' - which was recorded during a long stint in Nashville, and is now due for release on 21st August, instead of the original 15th May.

“In terms of my artistic development," he says, "it feels a major step on from my first record. With this album, if I’m performing as a character, I wanted it to give it everything - all the artists that I love like Dylan, Nick Cave or Bowie, are great storytellers because they give their characters really intense, sometimes strange voices.”

Check out 'Beautiful Faces' below.

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