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No Rome has unleashed his new single, 'Trust3000 (Feat. Dijon)'

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Published: 5:01 pm, November 28, 2019
No Rome has unleashed his new single, 'Trust3000 (Feat. Dijon)'

No Rome has unleashed his new single, 'Trust3000 (Feat. Dijon)'.

Out now via Dirty Hit (home to The 1975, Wolf Alice and Beabadoobee), it's the second track to be unveiled from a forthcoming EP, due for release in early 2020.

“Trust 3000 is all about long-distance relationships, being apart from a lover and asking for trust," No Rome explains. "For some odd reason I always find ways to mess up my own shit, when far apart and in a lonely mess. So this is a song about finding that peace of mind and trust in the relationship."

Of the collab, he adds: “Dijon put his verse on when we met each other for the first time in Los Angeles. We were working on some other music and I played him this song, he just knew exactly what to do with it and I love his verse. It’s just what the track needed.”

Check out 'Trust3000 (Feat. Dijon)' below, and catch him on tour in the UK over the next few weeks.

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