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Talkboy have shared their optimistic new single, ‘All Works Out’

They've an EP on the way, too.
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Published: 12:04 pm, August 02, 2019
Talkboy have shared their optimistic new single, ‘All Works Out’

Talkboy have shared their new single, ‘All Works Out’.

The song arrives ahead of their set on the BBC Introducing stage at Reading & Leeds later this month, plus the arrival of their debut EP.

“The song isn’t this blissful unawareness that everything will be alright in the end so just shut everything out,” they explain. “It’s more like, when stuff does go wrong, I’m here if you want.

“Being friends with someone is hard and something we are still learning how to do properly, but I think if you can just do the very basic thing of turning up and be there for whoever it is that you are close to, that’s a good start.”

Check out ‘All Works Out’ below.

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