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Patrick Watson Shares New Single Broken

Friday, 17 November 2017 Written by Helen Payne

Patrick Watson has shared a new single, Broken.

The track, recorded in Watson's hometown of Montreal last month, dropped today via NPR. He said:

"This is a song I just felt like sharing before the next record. Dedicated to the storms we went through.”

Watson and his band are currently recording an album set to be out in 2018. Watch the video for Broken, directed by Pedro Pires, below: 





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