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August 2020
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Hurts drop towering new track ‘Somebody’ and announce bumper world tour for 2021

The duo’s fifth studio album ‘Faith’ is out on September 4th
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Published: 3:40 pm, July 30, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
Hurts drop towering new track ‘Somebody’ and announce bumper world tour for 2021

Hurts have dropped yet another taste of their forthcoming new album, with the towering sounds of ‘Somebody’

Bombastic pop at its finest, the track comes complete with a music video which finds frontman Theo staggering alone through city streets - coming across random exotic birds and pulled in every direction with jerking dance moves. A normal night then…

Speaking about the track, the band said: “SOMEBODY is a song about defiance, strength and getting back up when you’ve been knocked down. It’s a change of gear from the other songs we’ve released so far, but it showcases an intensity and energy that occupies part of the album.”

That album, ‘Faith’, is set to land on September 4th - marking Hurts’ first album in three years and coming complete with the already unveiled ‘Voices’, ‘Suffer’ and ‘Redemption’

Hurts have also announced a blooming massive European tour for 2021, spanning 17 counties across the continent and culminating in special UK shows in London and Manchester. You can check out a full range of those dates in the below tweet

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