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whenyoung have announced their debut album ‘Reasons To Dream’, and it’s coming next month

Check out their new video for 'Future'.
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Published: 11:55 am, April 05, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
whenyoung have announced their debut album ‘Reasons To Dream’, and it’s coming next month

whenyoung have announced their debut album.

‘Reasons To Dream’ will be released on 24th May via Virgin EMI, preceded by lead single ‘Future’ - check out their new vid below.

“‘Reasons To Dream’ is a presentation of our collective experiences of life since we have moved to London,” the band explain. “We've trundled through many jobs, flats, neighbourhoods and rehearsal rooms learning, practising, maturing and cultivating whatever it is we do along the way. We've gone from knowing nobody to making close friends, from finding it lonely to finding it welcoming.”

Catch the band on tour with Sundara Karma now, they’ll also play Are You Listening? (27th April), Live At Leeds (4th May), and Handmade (5th May) later this spring.

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