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There's new music coming from The Japanese House this Friday

It looks like the video might even include Dork's favourite pop dog Calvin!
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Published: 1:34 pm, September 25, 2019 Photos: Jennifer McCord.
There's new music coming from The Japanese House this Friday

It looks like The Japanese House is set to drop new music on Friday.

Following the release of debut album 'Good At Falling', Amber shared the news via Twitter that something new is on the way this week.

It's presumably part of a brand new EP that's been teased for a while - something which she talked to us about at last months' Reading festival.

"I'm thinking of the new stuff now," Amber explained. "I've got a new EP coming out soon, and a new single. So I'm just focusing on that, and the video for that and the artwork for that, and now I'm focusing on writing another album, so that's inevitably stressful because the second album is difficult to write I guess."

"Before ['Good At Falling'] came out, I'd already started the EP, and the single's coming out soon, and the video. [Ambers dog] Calvin's in it. He's the star of the show."

Exactly what is on the way, we're not sure. But a video with a dog - that'll do us.

Check out the tweet below.

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