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It looks like Bat For Lashes will be returning later this month

There's a teaser on Instagram which suggests something may happen next week.
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Published: 6:19 pm, June 03, 2019
It looks like Bat For Lashes will be returning later this month

It looks like Bat For Lashes will be returning later this month.

After suggesting new music would be coming "soon" earlier this year, we've had our first suggestion that something fresh is imminent, due to a textbook Instagram based teaser.

In a new post, Natasha Khan shared an image of a sunset, followed by the date '10/06'. We're taking that as 10th June rather than 6th October, which means we should have something new this time next week.

If so, it'll be her first material since last year's Simone Felice and Four Tet team up 'The Projector', with previous album 'The Bride' released back in 2016.

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