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Yonaka have shared a new video for their single ‘Rockstar’

The clip arrives ahead of their set at Truck.
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Published: 12:47 pm, July 26, 2019
Yonaka have shared a new video for their single ‘Rockstar’

Yonaka have shared a new video for their single ‘Rockstar’.

It’s a highlight from the band’s debut album ‘Don’t Wait ‘Til Tomorrow’, which was released earlier this year.

The clip arrives ahead of their set at Truck this weekend, and a headline tour that will kick off in their hometown of Brighton on 8th November.

The details are:

NOVEMBER
8 Brighton Concorde2
10 Bristol SWX
11 Nottingham Rescue Rooms
12 Oxford O2 Academy2
13 Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms
15 Birmingham O2 Institute2
17 Newcastle Riverside
18 Glasgow The Garage
20 Sheffield The Leadmill
21 Manchester Academy 2
27 London Electric Ballroom

Check out ‘Rockstar’ below.

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