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Hayden Thorpe has dropped a new track, check out 'Full Beam'

It's his first new material following the release of debut album 'Diviner'.
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Published: 11:14 am, September 12, 2019
Hayden Thorpe has dropped a new track, check out 'Full Beam'

Wild Beasts' Hayden Thorpe has dropped a new solo track.

'Full Beam' was recorded during the sessions for his recent debut album 'Diviner', and arrives ahead of a winter UK tour.

“Full Beam was the final track to emerge from the Diviner sessions," Hayden explains, "featuring drums from Stella Mozgowa, backing vocals from Josephine Stephenson and an outrageous saxophone performance from Matana Roberts. It was designed to be a moment of ecstatic release from the brooding songs that preceded it and as serves a calling card for what is to come.”

Hayden's upcoming UK dates read:

NOVEMBER
20 Hyde Park Book Club, Leeds, UK
23 YES, Manchester, UK
25 Stereo, Glasgow, UK

DECEMBER
03 Cecil Sharp House, London, UK

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