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August 2018
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The Lemon Twigs have announced their second album, and dropped a new tune

‘Go To School’ is coming later this summer.
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Published: 3:20 pm, July 10, 2018Words: Sam Taylor. Photos: Olivia Bee.
The Lemon Twigs have announced their second album, and dropped a new tune

The Lemon Twigs recently shared a pair of new singles, and now they’ve followed up with the album deets.

The follow-up on last year's 'Brothers of Destruction' EP, and 2016's debut album 'Do Hollywood’, ‘Go To School’ will land on 24th August. The duo have also shared another new tune, ‘If You Give Enough’.

Of the forthcoming record, Brian and Michael say: “Something now, then, big, small, bleak, and hopeful. All in under an hour.”

The Lemon Twigs will be in the UK later this year for a tour with Arctic Monkeys, and also two headline shows at the Lexington, London, with more to be announced soon. 

Check out ‘If You Give Enough’ below.

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