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Mini Mansions are back with a new track, 'Works Every Time'

It's the lead offering from an EP of the same name, due later this year.
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Published: 4:01 pm, July 12, 2018Words: Stephen Ackroyd.
Mini Mansions are back with a new track, 'Works Every Time'

Mini Mansions have shared a brand new single.

Titled ‘Works Every Time’, the song serves as the title track for a brand new EP of the same name, which is set to arrive later this year on 28th September.

The band, made up of Michael Shuman, who also plays with Queens of the Stone Age, Zach Dawes, who performs with the Last Shadow Puppets, and Tyler Parkford, released their album ‘The Great Pretenders’ back in 2015. They’re due to open for Arctic Monkeys in North America later this year.

"A lot of these lyrics are playing with the cliché of a love song," Parkford explains. “This is our Mini Mansions cliché."

Check out ‘Works Every Time’ below.

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