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The Japanese House has released a new EP that features Bon Iver's Justin Vernon

Check out 'Chewing Cotton Wool'.
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Published: 5:35 pm, August 12, 2020
The Japanese House has released a new EP that features Bon Iver's Justin Vernon

The Japanese House has released a new EP that features Bon Iver's Justin Vernon.

'Chewing Cotton Wool' marks the follow-up to Amber Bain's debut album 'Good At Falling', which arrived at the start of last year and saw her grace the cover of Dork for a second time.

This new 'un includes the tracks 'Sharing Beds', 'Something Has To Change', 'Dionne' (the team-up with Justin), and the title-track, and you can give it a listen in full below.

She's also shared a lyric video for 'Dionne', which you'll find after the jump.

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