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Hayden Thorpe has shared his new track ‘Earthly Needs’

It’s the latest teaser for his upcoming solo album ‘Diviner’.
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Published: 11:29 am, May 20, 2019
Hayden Thorpe has shared his new track ‘Earthly Needs’

Hayden Thorpe has shared his new track ‘Earthly Needs’.

It’s the latest teaser for his upcoming solo album ‘Diviner’, out this Friday (24th May).

"The sexual energy that emanated from Wild Beasts' work was definitely the by-product of men together, the ego dynamics and the chemistry of four boys putting their position out to the world,” he says of his new material in the June issue of Dork.

The removal of that scenario definitely meant my horn has retracted, as it were. There is sexuality within ‘Diviner', but it's a far more vulnerable, gentler sexuality. I also think society's climate is different – I don't know if the white heterosexual position is really an important one right now."

Hayden’s on tour right now, catch him in London this evening, then playing some instores later in the week.

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