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Sunflower Bean have announced a new EP, ‘King of the Dudes’

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Published: 7:30 pm, October 30, 2018Words: Sam Taylor.
Sunflower Bean have announced a new EP, ‘King of the Dudes’

Sunflower Bean are going to release a new EP early next year.

‘King of the Dudes’ will arrive on 25th January via Lucky Number, preceded by lead single ‘Come For Me’, which premiered this evening on Radio 1.

The EP follows on from the release of their second album ‘Twentytwo in Blue’ earlier this year; the band are also in the UK this November for a headline tour.

“This EP does not give a fuck,” they explain, “it’s reactionary, and a sharpened response to our times. Death, birth, aggression, addiction, and power. Twentytwo In Blue allowed us to find our strength and on King Of The Dudes we use it, no holds barred.”

‘King of the Dudes’' full track listing reads:

King Of The Dudes
Come For Me
Fear City
The Big One

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