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Rachel Chinouriri has teamed up with Morgan from Black Midi for new single, 'Where Do I Go?'

She ponders life after death.
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Published: 1:37 pm, November 13, 2019
Rachel Chinouriri has teamed up with Morgan from Black Midi for new single, 'Where Do I Go?'

Rachel Chinouriri has teamed up with Morgan from Black Midi for her new single, 'Where Do I Go?'.

The follow-up to Rachel's debut EP 'Mama's Boy', released earlier this year via Marathon Artists, the song sees Morgan Simpson pick up drum duty.

"I begin to ask myself 'where do we go after we die' and 'where will my spirit/soul go?'" she says. "Will I go to a better place after this? Or is that better place with you? I think about how life on the other side could be and if I can take you with me. 

"I say ‘take me home’ because I was always told, our souls come from the spirit world and return there after death and as long as your good here, you’ll go back to a beautiful kingdom."

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