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Keaton Henson has shared his first new material since 2016

He's a new video, too.
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Published: 1:42 pm, May 14, 2020
Keaton Henson has shared his first new material since 2016

Keaton Henson has shared his first new material in years.

Delicate new single 'Career Day' follows on from 2016 album 'Kindly Now', and was written about "the many different versions of ourselves that we have to carry on a daily basis," a press release explains. It arrives alongside a suitably intimate clip featuring a load of home videos.

“The video is a collection of often abstracted shots from deeply personal home videos," says Keaton. "I just liked the idea of hearing an ageing weary man, singing about his failings over distorted shots of his childhood, and how it colours those captured gleeful moments with the sadness of the passage of time."

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