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Duckwrth has revealed ‘Find A Way’, the first single taken from his upcoming album

The feel-good mover is a summer anthem in waiting
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Published: 4:57 pm, May 29, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
Duckwrth has revealed ‘Find A Way’, the first single taken from his upcoming album

Duckwrth has returned with fresh new number ‘Find A Way’

Featuring appearances from Alex Mali and Radio Ahlee, the track is built on tropical undertones that has you up and moving in no time. We like it when that happens, helps with circulation y’know…

Speaking about the track, Duckwrth explains: “In this journey we call life, us as humans will inevitably fall off the path. Sometimes due to forces outside of our control. But we always find our way. This is the theme song to Our Comeback. Let’s Find A Way,”

‘Find A Way’ sits as the first track expected to feature on Duckwrth’s TBA new album, following on from his other release in 2020 ‘Play Too Much’

Check out ‘Find A Way’ below:

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