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No Rome teams up with beabadoobee and Jay Som on the stunning new one ‘Hurry Home’

It’s No Rome’s first new music of 2020, co-produced by George Daniel of The 1975
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Published: 11:32 am, May 29, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
No Rome teams up with beabadoobee and Jay Som on the stunning new one ‘Hurry Home’

No Rome has revealed his first new music of 2020, teaming up with label mate beabadoobee and Jay Som on the soothing ‘Hurry Home’

One of the rawest tracks No Rome has released so far, it sits as the second track revealed from an expected series of collaborations (following on from last year’s ‘Trust3000’ feat Dijon). With co-production from a certain George Daniel off of The 1975, it’s a smooth ride for all

After wrapping up his appearance across the Dirty Hit tour last December (alongside headliner beabadoobee), it’s only just the beginning for No Rome. Lets say we’re glued in, like very glued in, for what comes next…

Check out ‘Hurry Home’ below:

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