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Little Dragon Shares New Track Best Friends

Friday, 02 March 2018 Written by Helen Payne

Little Dragon have unveiled a new track.

Best Friends follows on from last week's Sway Daisy, and together they mark the first material from the band since their 'Season High' LP in 2017.

Check out the new track below.

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