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RITUAL have teamed up with Emily Warren for a brand new track, 'Using'

It'll feature on their forthcoming 'Dreamers Never Learn' project.
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Published: 11:01 am, July 11, 2019
RITUAL have teamed up with Emily Warren for a brand new track, 'Using'

RITUAL have teamed up with Emily Warren for a brand new track.

Titled 'Using', it follows up on January's Tove Styrke 'collab' 'Love Me Back'.

Both tracks feature on their forthcoming 'Dreamers Never Learn' project, which sees the trio team up with female artists for songs about love.

Emily Warren is 'behind' hits such as Dua Lipa's 'New Rules' and Charli XCX's 'Boys', which means she's Quite Good At This Sort Of Thing. You can check out 'Using' below.

RITUAL's Adam Midgley explains, ""Using" is about a moment of realisation, not only that you’ve been used by someone, but by someone who is a habitual user. It’s realising that this person you thought you shared a unique and real connection with actually just has a charm that makes everyone who meets them fall and feel the same. You’re all victims of the same hoax. There’s some bitterness and resentment at being "used" in the song, but it’s also a celebration of just how great it felt to be used by this person, it’s a ride that you would go on all over again just to experience those moments of bliss."

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