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Kings of Leon are 'Going Nowhere' with a brand new track

“Stay safe. Stay home. We will see you as soon as we can,” a caption reads, alongside a clip featuring frontman Caleb Followill playing the acoustic number.
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Published: 8:55 am, April 01, 2020 Photos: Corinne Cumming.
Kings of Leon are 'Going Nowhere' with a brand new track

Kings of Leon have shared a new song.

Titled 'Going Nowhere', they debuted the track with a black-and-white video, filmed live in their hometown of Nashville.

“Stay safe. Stay home. We will see you as soon as we can,” the caption reads, alongside a clip featuring frontman Caleb Followill playing the acoustic track.

As it stands, the band's UK shows this June are still scheduled to take place, and haven't yet been cancelled or postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The London date, which takes place in Finsbury Park on 28th June, will feature support from the likes of The Big Moon, Inhaler and Soccer Mommy.

You can check out Kings of Leon's 'Going Nowhere' below.

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