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We're getting new music from Rina Sawayama very soon indeed

New single 'Comme Des Garçons (Like The Boys)' is coming this week, apparently.
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Published: 11:03 am, January 13, 2020
We're getting new music from Rina Sawayama very soon indeed

We're getting more new music from the magnificent Rina Sawayama.

After dropping a bone-shuddering left turn last year with her most recent, surprisingly rock-tastic single 'STFU!', she'll be back on Friday with the follow up.

It's titled 'Comme Des Garçons (Like The Boys)', according to a new Twitter post, and will arrive on 17th January 2020.

The news comes alongside what looks like some rather, um, 'intriguing' cover art, including tentacles and disco balls and mobile phones. Don't ask us.

You can check out 'the news' via the tweet below.

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