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Dagny Releases New Single Love You Like That

Friday, 13 October 2017 Written by Helen Payne

Dagny has released a new single, Love You Like That.

Speaking about the track, which follows Wearing Nothing, the Norwegian singer said:

"Love You Like That is the first proper love song I've ever released. It's funny because I've always been wary of using the phrase "I love you" in songs, in fear of sounding too cliché or corny, but then I just went and broke the "amounts-of-I love you-in-one-song" record. And it feels good. I'm not a particularly romantic person nor am I great at telling people how I feel about them, so this was probably long over-due. If you love someone, you should tell them."

Dagny will tour the US with LANY throughout the month and into November.





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