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Love Fame Tragedy has announced his debut album, 'Wherever I Go, I Want To Leave'

Give his new single '5150' a listen.
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Published: 11:37 am, June 17, 2020
Love Fame Tragedy has announced his debut album, 'Wherever I Go, I Want To Leave'

Love Fame Tragedy has announced his debut album, 'Wherever I Go, I Want To Leave'.

The first solo record from Murph-from-The-Wombats, it'll be digitally released on 10th July, with physical editions to follow.

He's teamed up with a lengthy list of collaborators, including Pixies’ Joey Santiago, The Killers’ Mark Stoermer, Bastille’s Dan Smith, Eleanor Fletcher of Crystal Fighters, Joji Malani (Gang of Youths), alt-J’s Gus Unger-Hamilton, Kanye West, Frank Ocean and Mac Miller drummer Matt Chamberlain, Arts vs. Science’s Dan Williams, Lauren Aquilina, Jack River and Maddi-Jean Waterhouse.

Murph's also dropped new single, '5150'.

"‘5150 refers to the California law code for individuals who present a danger to themselves or others due to signs of mental illness. In this case it refers more to how I occasionally feel a need to escape, regardless of the repercussions," says Murph.

Give it a listen below, and read all about the release in the as-yet-unannounced July issue of Dork.

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