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Raye Releases New Single Friends

Friday, 06 July 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Raye has shared a new song.

Released via Polydor Records, Friends follows the rising pop vocalist's previous singles Decline and Cigarette and finds Raye working alongside Mark Ralph and Kyle Shearer, while Fred Gibson also assisted in the studio.

Raye recently released her second EP, 'Side Tape'. Catch her performing at Boardmasters next month. 





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