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Pumarosa are teasing their upcoming album with new single 'Heaven'

It's the latest cut from the band’s second album.
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Published: 11:26 am, September 10, 2019
Pumarosa are teasing their upcoming album with new single 'Heaven'

Pumarosa are teasing their upcoming record with new single 'Heaven'.

It's the latest cut from the band’s second album ‘Devastation’, due for release on 1st November via Fiction Records.

“[It's] a love song," explains front woman Isabel. "It's sadness and longing. When you don't want it to end. In a weightless place, suspended out of time. I guess that's just where you find yourself sometimes.

"And all you want is for the love to stay. Don't go! I guess ‘Heaven’ has this celestial feel to it though, I can see outer space when I sing it and hear the music. Colours and points of light in endless darkness. Aching!”

Check out 'Heaven' below, and catch the band on tour throughout September.

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