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Maximo Park Guitarist Duncan Lloyd Announces Solo Album, Shares New Single Heads Of The Bastille

Tuesday, 11 April 2017 Written by Laura Johnson

Maximo Park guitarist Duncan Lloyd will release a solo album next month.

'I O U O M E' is due to arrive on May 26 through Afternoon In Bed Records. Discussing it, he said:

“From Heads Of The Bastille onwards, these songs come from a more personal perspective and it’s fair to say there is a lot of longing in them. They were mostly written in motion, travelling on long journeys, often late at night when ideas tend to mutate & evolve in a way which is less black & white, where finer subtleties appear.”

Check out the record's first single, Heads Of The Bastille, below.​​

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