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Marika Hackman has dropped a stripped-back new EP

It features reworkings from her recent album.
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Published: 1:39 pm, October 10, 2019 Photos: Patrick Gunning.
Marika Hackman has dropped a stripped-back new EP

Marika Hackman has dropped a new acoustic EP.

The release features stripped-back versions of songs from her recent album, ‘Any Human Friend’, including singles ‘i’m not where you are’ and ‘the one’.

It arrives to coincide with her current tour, which will see her on the road in the US til November, after which she'll perform a European run that kicks off on 8th December, followed by a night at London's O2 Forum Kentish Town on 5th March.

Check out her new EP below.

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