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Kawala explore mental health with their new single, 'Heavy In The Morning'

The band are touring throughout October.
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Published: 11:33 am, October 04, 2019
Kawala explore mental health with their new single, 'Heavy In The Morning'

Kawala have shared their new single, 'Heavy In The Morning'.

It's a track from the North London five-piece's upcoming self-titled EP, and arrives ahead of their largely sold out UK headline tour which kicks off on 8th October.

“We wrote ‘Heavy in the Morning’ about when you’re dealing with your mental health, the struggle to achieve something as basic as getting out of bed,” the band explain. “It’s been a song we’ve loved playing live over this last year with lots of fans requesting it’s release so we’re happy it’s finally out there.”

Check out 'Heavy In The Morning' below, and catch the band on tour throughout the rest of the month.

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