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TTRRUUCES' self-titled debut album is coming this summer, check out their Disney-inspired video for 'Evil Elephant'

“We wanted to create a new platform for our creativty,” Jules explains.
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Published: 1:08 pm, April 23, 2020
TTRRUUCES' self-titled debut album is coming this summer, check out their Disney-inspired video for 'Evil Elephant'

TTRRUUCES' self-titled debut album is coming this summer.

The duo will drop the full-length - which features new single 'Evil Elephant', the Disney-inspired video for which is streaming below - on 26th June.

It's a record written as a rock opera, following the story of a Sad Girl and a Lost Boy, whose "quest to acquire a new drug named TTRRUUCES takes them on a mind-altering journey."

“We wanted to create a new platform for our creativty,” Jules explains. “Something that’s super-exciting, super-free and diverse, with no limits on what the music could be.”

“We wanted to make an album that wasn’t just a collection of songs, but something more conceptual,” adds Natalie. “We wanted to challenge ourselves as writers.”

Check out 'Evil Elephant' below.

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