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The time has come: The Japanese House has released her 5* debut album, 'Good at Falling'

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Published: 12:00 am, March 01, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
The time has come: The Japanese House has released her 5* debut album, 'Good at Falling'

Dork's February cover star, The Japanese House has dropped her debut album.

Titled 'Good at Falling', the full-length is out today (Friday 1st March) via Dirty Hit. Produced by Amber Bain herself, BJ Burton (Low, Bon Iver, Francis and the Lights), and some bloke called George Daniel, it follows up on her four previous EPs.

Kicking off in Brighton on 11th March, the release is accompanied by a UK tour that will also visit Oxford, Leicester, Sheffield, Manchester and Edinburgh before finishing up at London's Electric Ballroom.

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