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Grouplove's fourth studio album is confirmed for March

Catch the band playing in London on 4th March.
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Published: 10:21 pm, January 15, 2020
Grouplove's fourth studio album is confirmed for March

Grouplove have announced their fourth studio album.

The news follows on from their just-dropped new single 'Deleter', with 'Healer' arriving on 13th March via Canvasback Music and Parlophone Records.

Hannah says of the record: “When we all met in Greece, Christian and I were leaving New York at an all-time low. We just wanted to have a fun summer. We wanted to make art. And we're still doing that. We found that feeling again on this album, of hopelessness put into a medium of expression. This album is us fighting for that feeling. We’re addressing that life is hard. We understand and we are going through it with you.”

The band also have a London headliner coming up, playing Lafayette on Wednesday 4th March.

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