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Friendly Fires have dropped their first new banger in ages, 'Love Like Waves'

They're back, and they still bang.
Published: 6:30 pm, April 05, 2018
Friendly Fires have dropped their first new banger in ages, 'Love Like Waves'
Friendly Fires have kicked off the second phase of their big comeback, dropping a brand new single.

Titled 'Love Like Waves', it follows a five year hiatus from recorded music for the trio, following up on their self-titled, Mercury nominated debut and 2011 follow up 'Pala'.

The song comes on the same night Friendly Fires play London's O2 Academy Brixton, which they sold out in a matter of hours. It comes ahead of a summer of festivals including All Points East, TRNSMT, Truck and Festival No.6, amongst others.

You can check out 'Love Like Waves' - quite obviously a banger of epic proportions - below, and read our review here.

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