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Something BIG is coming from Friendly Fires next week, apparently

Monday is 'We Could Be Silouettes' day, by the looks of things.
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Published: 10:58 am, June 21, 2019
Something BIG is coming from Friendly Fires next week, apparently

Monday looks like it's gonna be a big day for new music.

Fresh off the back of Idles tipping the world off that something fresh is heading our way from their camp, Friendly Fires have also put up the buzz signal, with a teaser of their very own.

Writing on social media, the band explain "Monday... something BIG is coming".

There's also a video, featuring a snippet of 'boof boofs' that is almost certainly part of 'a new tune', and Monday's date, 24.06.2019. There's also what is probably a title, 'We Could Be Silouettes'.

You can check out the message below.

If any other bands have something planned for Monday, you best get that application in now. The slots are filling up. There's only so much noise to go round, people.

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