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August 2020
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Declan McKenna has booked himself a huge new UK tour AND dropped new tune, 'Daniel, You're Still A Child'

The headline run will take place next spring.
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Published: 8:40 pm, July 08, 2020
Declan McKenna has booked himself a huge new UK tour AND dropped new tune, 'Daniel, You're Still A Child'

Declan McKenna has announced a new headline tour in support of his upcoming second album.

'Zeros' - the follow-up to 2017 debut, 'What Do You Think About The Car?' - was recorded during a long stint in Nashville, and is due for release on 21st August, instead of the original 15th May, thanks to the outbreak of COVID-19.

The new live stint will see him head out from 26th March in Norwich, and includes a headliner at London's Brixton Academy. The news arrives alongside his new single 'Daniel, You're Still A Child', too.

Check out all the dates below, and find his new tune after the jump. Keep an eye out for a new video landing tomorrow.

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