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Thyla's new track is really great, check out 'Two Sense' now

"It feels like our boldest cut yet."
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Published: 5:14 pm, October 01, 2019
Thyla's new track is really great, check out 'Two Sense' now

Brighton post-punks Thyla have shared their new single, 'Two Sense'.

It's the lead track from an upcoming EP the follow-up to debut EP 'What’s On Your Mind?' - due out early next year.

Frontwoman Millie Duthie says of the song: “Two Sense is about the short-term sacrifices we make in order to create space for long-term gains. It’s a song about growing up and claiming your right to self-determination. 

"We’re really proud of the direction we’ve taken both in terms of the writing and production, it feels like our boldest cut yet; the vocals are purposefully front and centre and the message is clear.”

Check out 'Two Sense' below, and catch the band on tour from 7th October.

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