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Jade Bird has shared a brand new single, 'My Motto'

It's taken from her forthcoming, self-titled debut album, set to drop next month.
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Published: 10:50 am, March 13, 2019
Jade Bird has shared a brand new single, 'My Motto'

Jade Bird has shared a brand new single.

Titled 'My Motto', it's the latest track to be lifted from her forthcoming debut album. The self-titled effort is set for release on 19th April.

Following up on previous singles ‘I Get No Joy’, ‘Love Has All Been Done Before’ Uh Huh’, and ‘Lottery’, you can check it out below.

Jade is currently on tour in the US, supporting Father John Misty and Jason Isbell. She'll then return to the UK for a support run with Tom Walker, before a summer of festivals and her own headline tour in the autumn. We're assured news on the latter is 'coming soon'.

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