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Liv Dawson Debuts Video For Latest Single Painkiller

Friday, 11 August 2017 Written by Jennifer Geddes

Liv Dawson has debuted a video for her latest single, Painkiller.

The track follows the singles Somewhere Good and Searching and her collaborations Light Up, with UK producer Salute, and I'll Be Waiting, with Redlight and Kojo Funds.


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