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Rachel Chinouriri has dropped a new track, 'Riptide'

She's also inked a deal with Marathon Artists, 'FYI'.
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Published: 9:42 am, February 05, 2019
Rachel Chinouriri has dropped a new track, 'Riptide'

South Londoner Rachel Chinouriri has dropped a brand new track.

The 19-year old's latest effort, 'Riptide' follows up on the previously debuted 'What Have I Ever Done' and 'So My Darling', and comes as she announces her signing to Marathon Artists. That means she'll be label mates with the likes of Courtney Barnett, POND and - as recently revealed - Honeyblood.

She's also set to play this year's Field Day, 'FYI'.

The perfect antidote to a stressful day, you can check out 'Riptide' below.

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