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Låpsley is back with a brand new track -'My Love Was Like The Rain'

She's got a new EP due next month too.
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Published: 8:21 pm, October 22, 2019
Låpsley is back with a brand new track -'My Love Was Like The Rain'

Låpsley is back with a brand new track - the first taster of a new EP due next month.

Holly ‘Låpsley’ Fletcher's first collection of new music since her 2016 debut 'Long Way Home' is titled 'These Elements', and will be released on 22nd November.

Låpsley explains: “Emotional love, physical desire, depression and self-worth. Everything I’ve gone through in the last four years is in these four songs.”

The first track from the EP, 'My Love Was Like The Rain', is streaming online now alongside a Camille Summers-Valli directed video. You can check it out below.

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