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Find your 'Outer Peace' with Toro Y Moi's new record, streaming online now

It's a record about disposable culture.
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Published: 12:00 am, January 18, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Find your 'Outer Peace' with Toro Y Moi's new record, streaming online now

Toro Y Moi has released his sixth album.

The follow-up to 2017's ‘Boo Boo’, ‘Outer Peace’ is out today (Friday, 18th January), having been preceded by lead single ‘Freelance’ and ‘Ordinary Pleasure’ late last year.

"This record is a response to how disposable culture has become and how it affects creativity," Toro says. "While listening, you might pay attention or ignore - either way that's ok, this is music for a creative mind."

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