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Pumarosa have shared a new track 'Adam's Song'

It's taken from their forthcoming album 'Devastation'.
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Published: 10:38 am, October 21, 2019
Pumarosa have shared a new track 'Adam's Song'

Pumarosa have shared another track from their forthcoming second album 'Devastation'.

Titled 'Adam's Song' (Adam seems to have quite a few songs, eh? - Ed), the latest taster follows up on recent singles 'I See You' and 'Heaven' in previewing the full-length, which is set to drop on 15th November.

The bands' Isabel Muñoz-Newsome explains: “Adam Christensen is a friend of ours. He performs in drag and can charge any space with sex and magic. We are wild about this lady. She is equally vivid singing at an exhibition opening or at the end of a party 7am when the sound system cuts out and we all still want more.

"Adam (or Madam) is an incredible performer who we have watched over the last few years on the South London art/party scene (now traveling the globe). I also happened to write the lyrics of Adam's Song when I was pretty wild about this woman. We were falling in and out of bed, delirious. So the track is diffused with this sexuality. They both have extraordinarily gorgeous long limbs.”

You can check out 'Adam's Song' below.

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