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Young Knives have returned with their first new music in four years

Out of action since 2015's 'Something Awful' EP, they're returning with a new track 'Red Cherries'.
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Published: 9:11 pm, October 09, 2019
Young Knives have returned with their first new music in four years

Young Knives have returned with their first new music in four years.

Out of action since 2015's 'Something Awful' EP, they're returning with a new track 'Red Cherries', and it may be more out there than you expect.

With a video that puts bassist Tom Bonsu-Dartnall in a vice like grip, he explains: “It is a lament to something all used up. The song is a simple melody set to a repeating scream and wild jazz drums.”

You can check it out below.

Alongside the new song, Young Knives have announced their first London headline show since 2014. They'll play The Lexington on 25th November with tickets on sale this Friday, October 11th.

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