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Mauno debut new catchy new pop tune, ‘How Long’

They tour the UK with Chad VanGalen this October.
Published: 12:50 pm, July 24, 2017
Mauno debut new catchy new pop tune, ‘How Long’
Mauno have dropped one of the best oddball pop tracks you’re likely to hear this week.

‘How Long’ showcases the band’s effortless ability to create slightly weird yet completely compelling and catchy tunes.

It’s a song inspired by Townes Van Zandt’s ‘Waiting Around To Die’, and is about something that’s front and centre of many a young person’s mind: worry.

Along with the new tune, Mauno have also unveiled a batch of tour dates - find out where they’re heading after the jump.

Listen to ‘How Long’ below.



Catch Mauno on tour this autumn:

SEPTEMBER
23 Hamburg (DE), Reeperbahn Festival
24 Berlin (DE), Monarch
26 Amsterdam (NL), Sugar Factory
27 Brussels (BE), Atelier 210
30 Paris (FR), Espace B

OCTOBER
04 London (UK), The Islington (tickets)
05 Coventry (UK), Inspire
15 Utrecht (NL), EKKO *
16 Rotterdam (NL), Rotown *
18 Leeds (UK), Brudenell Social Club *
21 Copenhagen (DK), Stengade *
24 Düdingen (CH), Bad Bonn *
25 Lyon (FR), Le Sonic *
26 Amiens (FR), La Lune des Pirates *
29 Tourcoing (FR), Le Grand Mix *
30 Luxembourg (LU), Rotondes *
31 Gent (BE), BIB *

* w/ Chad VanGalen

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