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No Rome joins forces with Brockhampton’s Bearface on new track ‘1:45AM’

It's a late-night UK garage gem
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Published: 2:22 pm, July 30, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
No Rome joins forces with Brockhampton’s Bearface on new track ‘1:45AM’

No Rome is on a roll. Not a literal roll, he’s not tumbling down a slope - but a fun figurative one, dropping yet another sizzling new track with ‘1:45AM’

Filled with effortless UK garage influences, the track sees No Rome team up with Brockhampton’s own Bearface and the results are pretty smashing if we say so ourselves. With co-production from The 1975’s George Daniel and legendary garage producer MJ Cole - it’s a winner for us

‘1:45AM’ is the latest slice of new music from No Rome - following on from the Beabadoobee/Jay Som-featuring ‘Hurry Home’ and last year’s Dijon-featuring ‘Trust Issues’

Hit the road late at night and click play on ‘1:45AM’ below:

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