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The Ninth Wave have announced their two-part debut album ‘Infancy’ - check out new single ‘Used To Be Yours’

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Published: 9:20 am, March 18, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
The Ninth Wave have announced their two-part debut album ‘Infancy’ - check out new single ‘Used To Be Yours’

The Ninth Wave have unveiled their debut album, ‘Infancy’.

The Glasgow band’s first full-length will arrive in two parts, Part I on 26th April and Part II on 15th November. The news arrived with single ‘Used To Be Yours’, which you can check out below.

“The song is set in the No Man’s Land that you find yourself in after a relationship ends,” says bassist and vocalist, Millie Kidd, “where you still feel like you have some sort of possession over each other. “It reflects upon the inability to find comfort in one’s own company.”

The debut’s track listing reads:

Part I
This Broken Design
Used To Be Yours
Half Pure
All The Things We Do
A Wave Goodbye To The People Who Said I’d Win
First Encounters

Part II
Human Behaviour
Imitation
Sometimes The Silence Is Sweeter
Everything That You Have Left
Unspoken
Flower Into Wounds

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