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MØ has dropped her new album, 'Forever Neverland'

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Published: 12:00 am, October 19, 2018Words: Sam Taylor.
MØ has dropped her new album, 'Forever Neverland'

Recent Dork cover star  has finally dropped her second album, and it's streaming online in full.

Titled ‘Forever Neverland’, the full-length is out today (19th October) via Chess Club / RCA Victor. 

"Notoriously all my life I've been scared of getting older," she says in the October issue of Dork. "I don't know why. Probably because I feel so immature in my brain. And sometimes I see that that's a really good thing because it's good to have a childish optimism and a carefree feel, but at the same time, it's… I don't know."

 will celebrate the release with a big old European tour, which kicks off in Hamburg on 9th November.

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