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Declan McKenna is coming back to the UK for a handful of shows this November

He's spent a lot of time in Nashville recording lately.
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Published: 3:58 pm, August 30, 2019
Declan McKenna is coming back to the UK for a handful of shows this November

Declan McKenna is coming back to the UK for a handful of shows this November.

Our Deccers has been holed up in Nashville of late working on new material, including his latest track drop ‘British Bombs’.

“It's amazing; we're having the best time,” he recently told Dork of his recording sessions. “I’ve got the whole band here with me as well. That's the big difference from the first record that I have the full live band. It's all about energy. 

"It's a different record, and I've definitely tried to progress. It feels like a natural progression. It's a little bit away from what I'd define as indie. It's a little bit insane.”

The short tour will visit Brighton, London, Manchester and Edinburgh; check out the poster below for details.

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