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Kindness has announced their upcoming third album, ‘Something Like War’

It's due in September.
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Published: 12:00 pm, June 12, 2019
Kindness has announced their upcoming third album, ‘Something Like War’

Kindness has announced their third album, ‘Something Like War’, due 6th September.

Recorded in several locations while Kindness was based in New York, the full-length’s blurb explains that “the record is a collection of works representing a period of reflection and transformation over the course of 4 years following their second record Otherness.”

The news arrives with lead track ‘Hard To Believe’, a collaboration with Jazmine Sullivan - check it out after the jump.

The ‘Something Like War’ tracklisting reads:

Sibambaneni
Raise Up
Lost Without feat. Seinabo Sey
Softness As A Weapon
Hard To Believe feat. Jazmine Sullivan
Who You Give Your Heart To feat. Alexandria
Samthing’s Interlude
Dreams Fall
The Warning feat. Robyn
Cry Everything
No New Lies feat. Cosima
Something Like A War feat. Bahamadia
Call It Down feat. Cosima & Nadia Nair

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