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November 2018
New Music Friday

King Nun's debut EP 'I Have Love' is out now, have a listen in full

It features recent singles ‘Chinese Medicine’, ‘Heavenly She Comes’ and ‘Family Portrait’.
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Published: 12:00 am, November 09, 2018Words: Sam Taylor. Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett.
King Nun's debut EP 'I Have Love' is out now, have a listen in full

Dork faves King Nun have released their debut EP, ‘I Have Love’.

The record, out today (Friday 9th November) via Dirty Hit, features recent singles ‘Chinese Medicine’, ‘Heavenly She Comes’ and ‘Family Portrait’.

“What went into the EP initially was a reasonably strong idea of aesthetics,” frontman Theo recently told Dork. “A kind of tough love way of songwriting, where we ended up getting tested. The songs became so real and so significant so quickly; us as a band and the EP became completely symbiotic. It became absolutely what we’re about.”

It coincides with their upcoming headline tour. The dates kick off in Manchester on the 13th November, with stops in Liverpool, Sheffield, Glasgow, Leeds, Nottingham, Norwich and London, before the bands wrap things up in Bristol on 22nd November.

Check out ‘I Have Love’ below.

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