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joan serve up another sweet-pop gem with ‘magnetic’

It’s another fresh dose of joan, after dropping ‘love me better’ just a few weeks ago
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Published: 5:09 pm, May 14, 2020Words: Jamie Muir. Photos: Connor North Goad.
joan serve up another sweet-pop gem with ‘magnetic’

Not content with returning to the fray with one joyful pop gem, joan have done it again - revealing new song ‘magnetic’

It marks the duo’s second new slice of music for 2020, after revealing ‘love me better’ just a couple of weeks ago.

Speaking about the track, Steven from the band says: “This song is sentimental. We started writing together while we were still in two separate projects. When I heard Alan working on ‘magnetic’ for his band in the studio, I fell in love with it. We joked back and forth for several years about making it a joan song. When we were in Asia last fall working on lyrics for a few songs, this song just fell into our laps again and made sense to release under our name.”

“I’ve been around the world, but all I think about is you”

N’aww, sweet stuff.

‘magnetic’ comes complete with a music video too, which you can check out below:

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