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Porridge Radio have announced a new album, 'Every Bad'

It will be released on 13th March via Secretly Canadian, and comes alongside a lead single, 'Sweet'.
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Published: 7:38 pm, January 18, 2020
Porridge Radio have announced a new album, 'Every Bad'

Porridge Radio have announced a new album.

Titled 'Every Bad', it will be released on 13th March via Secretly Canadian, and comes alongside a lead single, 'Sweet'.

"'Sweet' is a song about holding grudges and learning how to have fun and letting go of an old version of yourself," explains lead vocalist Dana Margolin. "I was feeling light-hearted when I wrote it, but when we came together to play it as a band, it suddenly felt really dramatic and exciting. When we play it live, the energy in the room always feels really intense, and then suddenly we just explode altogether and it always feels really good."

The album will also feature previous singles 'Lilac', 'Don't Ask Me Twice' and 'Give/Take'.

You can check out 'Sweet' below.

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