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Westerman has shared the title-track from his upcoming debut album, 'Your Hero Is Not Dead'

The full-length is due for release in June.
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Published: 11:14 am, April 21, 2020
Westerman has shared the title-track from his upcoming debut album, 'Your Hero Is Not Dead'

Westerman has shared the title-track from his upcoming debut album.

'Your Hero Is Not Dead' is due for release on 5th June 2020 via Play It Again Sam, alongside a show at London's Hoxton Hall on 20th August (postponed from June).

"This was the last song I wrote for the whole record," he says, "but I had the title for the album before any of the music was formed. I remember I wrote it on the day that Mark Hollis died. He's probably as close to a musical hero as I have. The song isn't about him or Talk Talk necessarily, but when he died I wanted to put myself to task and respond to the sadness I was feeling at that moment."

Give 'Your Hero Is Not Dead' a listen below.

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