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Mini Mansions Return With New Single Works Every Time

Thursday, 12 July 2018 Written by Huw Baines

Mini Mansions have shared a new single.

Works Every Time is the title track of their new EP, which is expected on September 28.

The band, featuring Queens of the Stone Age’s Michael Shuman, Zach Dawes of the Last Shadow Puppets and Tyler Parkford, released 'The Great Pretenders' in 2015 and will open for Arctic Monkeys in North America later this year.





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