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Nilufer Yanya Unveils Golden Cage Video

Monday, 15 May 2017 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Stella Malfilatre

Nilüfer Yanya has unveiled the video for her new single, Golden Cage.

The song is lifted from her sophomore EP, 'Plant Feed', which is set to arrive on June 9 via Blue Flowers and follow up last year's 'Small Crimes'. It will also include her previously shared single The Florist.

The London singer-songwriter has a number of festival appearances lined up for the coming months, including The Great Escape, Dot To Dot, Latitude, Deer Shed and Kallida.

She will also support Broken Social Scene at their Manchester and London shows later this month and open for Everything Everything at their dates in Hebden Bridge and Nottingham this summer.





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