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The Japanese House has debuted a video to 'Maybe You're The Reason'

Debut album 'Good At Falling' is out tomorrow.
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Published: 12:33 pm, February 28, 2019Words: Stephen Ackroyd.
The Japanese House has debuted a video to 'Maybe You're The Reason'

Tomorrow, former Dork cover star and all round fave The Japanese House releases her much, much, much anticipated debut album 'Good at Falling'.

Already with a 5* rating under its belt from, erm, us, you can now check out a video for recent single and album highlight 'Maybe You're The Reason'.

With the album released, she'll head out on a UK run later this month.

Kicking off in Brighton on 11th March, the tour will call off in Oxford, Leicester, Sheffield, Manchester and Edinburgh before finishing up at London's Electric Ballroom.

You can check out the dates in full in the tweet below.

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