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Orchards have released a new session video for 'Magical Thinking'

We could all do with some magical thinking rn. 
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Published: 11:42 am, March 25, 2020
Orchards have released a new session video for 'Magical Thinking'

Orchards have released a new session video for 'Magical Thinking'.

It's the latest cut from their debut album 'Lovecore', which was released earlier this month via Big Scary Monsters.

“Mental health as a conversation topic is more important than ever and this track is our anthem of hope and validation," the Brighton band explain.

"This track is for anyone who has suffered and who has ever felt lost. You are never alone and asking for help is never shameful. Let the joy in this track bring you a little love and happiness. It's a party song, so dance around your bedroom and release some endorphins.”

Check it out below, and catch them on tour:

SEPTEMBER
02 Hare & Hounds 2 Birmingham, UK
03 YES (Basement) Manchester, UK
04 Stereo Cafe Bar Glasgow, UK
05 Network Sheffield, UK
06 he Bodega Nottingham, UK
08 Chalk Brighton, UK
09 OMEARA London, UK
10 Exchange Bristol, UK
11 Clwb Ifor Bach Cardiff, UK

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