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September 2019

K.Flay has shared her new single, ‘Sister’

It’s the latest cut from her upcoming album ‘Solutions’.
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Published: 8:21 pm, June 07, 2019
K.Flay has shared her new single, ‘Sister’

K.Flay has shared her new single, ‘Sister’.

It’s the latest cut from her upcoming album ‘Solutions’, out 12th July via Night Street/Interscope Records.

“Being a sister isn’t about gender or DNA,” she says of the track. “It’s about unselfconscious love. About saying I'M HERE, I LOVE YOU, IT’S OK TO BE YOURSELF, and hearing those words echoed back. Not because you asked for them, but because they’re true. Girls are sisters and boys are sisters. Dads are sisters to their sons. Mothers sisters to their mothers too.”

Dedicating the song to her step-brother and sister, she continues, “I’ve come to understand that family is created. Family is a verb. It’s something you build day by day, sometimes in the hot sun and sometimes when everything is going wrong.”

K.Flay will hit the road later this year for a UK tour that kicks off on 18th October, and includes a night at London’s Heaven.

18 Birmingham, UK - O2 Academy2
19 Bristol, UK - Thekla
21 Glasgow, UK - St Luke’s
22 Manchester, UK - Gorilla
23 London, UK - Heaven

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