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Join the FANDOM - Waterparks have confirmed their new album with a fresh track to boot

‘Watch What Happens Next’ comes from their newly announced third LP, out October 11th
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Published: 5:52 pm, August 13, 2019Words: Jamie Muir.
Join the FANDOM - Waterparks have confirmed their new album with a fresh track to boot

Get ready to paint the town green - Waterparks have officially confirmed details of their third studio album with fizzing new track ‘Watch What Happens Next’ 

Fresh from releasing lead number ‘Turbulent’ back in May, both tracks are sitting pretty on new album ‘FANDOM’, out on October 11th.

New track ‘Watch What Happens Next’ comes with one of them music videos too - directed for the very first time by frontman Awsten Knight. There’s alligators, terrifying red eyes and secret service agents too. So just another afternoon in the suburbs right?!

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