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Friendly Fires have dropped a new video for 'Heaven Let Me In'

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Published: 9:50 pm, November 20, 2018 Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett.
Friendly Fires have dropped a new video for 'Heaven Let Me In'

Friendly Fires have dropped a video for their most recent single, co-produced alongside Disclosure.

Titled 'Heaven Let Me In', it follows up on 'Love Like Waves', which was released earlier this year. Since then, they've played a summer of shows and festival headline slots including Festival No 6, Lost Village and Truck.

'Heaven Let Me In' was recorded in one late night session at Disclosure's north London studio. Talking about the track, frontman Ed Macfarlane explains: "'Heaven Let Me In' is a song about being comfortable in your own skin. When you stop trying so hard and embrace your imperfections then opportunities arise and doors open."

It's the second time Friendly Fires and Disclosure have collaborated, with Ed lending vocals to 'Defeated No More' on the duo's debut album.

'Heaven Let Me In' also serves as a preview for Friendly Fires' third album, which is set to arrive in 2019.

You can check out the video for 'Heaven Let Me In' below.

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