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Gengahr have dropped their latest single, 'Heavenly Maybe'

The new track is taken from the North London four-piece's forthcoming third full-length 'Sanctuary'.
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Published: 10:12 am, November 27, 2019
Gengahr have dropped their latest single, 'Heavenly Maybe'

Gengahr have dropped their latest single, 'Heavenly Maybe'.

The new track is taken from the North London four-piece's forthcoming third full-length 'Sanctuary', which is set for release on 31st January 2020.

Debuted as Annie Mac's Hottest Record In The World on BBC Radio 1 last night (Tuesday, 27th November), it comes alongside a brand new video. The band explain: “Heavenly Maybe is the second of a two part video we made with David East in Berlin earlier this year. Across the two we wanted to create something which captured the thematic essence of the album as a whole whilst also allowing each song its own fitting backdrop. The song itself is essentially about going out and trying to forget about all of your troubles, and how ultimately problematic that is as a form of release.”

You can check out the video for 'Heavenly Maybe' (and the preceding 'Everything & More') below.

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