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Will Joseph Cook is back with a brand new track, 'Hey Brother'

It's the first taster of a new album that's 'on the way'.
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Published: 10:31 am, July 12, 2019 Photos: James Rees.
Will Joseph Cook is back with a brand new track, 'Hey Brother'

Will Joseph Cook is back, with a brand new track.

Titled 'Hey Brother', it's the first new material from the former Dork cover star since 2017, and is the first taster of a new record to come.

“This album is about my life from the last year and a bit," Will explains. "‘Hey Brother’ chronologically is the start of it. It made sense to release it first thematically because it's kind of about days blurring into one another and not knowing how to find fulfilment in music and creativity. But it's also very optimistic in the face of that.”

There's no firm news on the follow up to debut album 'Sweet Dreamer' and its proceeding EP 'If You Want To Make Money' just yet, but you can check out 'Hey Brother' below.

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