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Ben Khan Offers Up Another Taste Of Debut LP With New Track Monsoon Daydream

Wednesday, 08 August 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Derrick Santini

Ben Khan has treated us to another taste of his new album.

Monsoon Daydream is the final track to be lifed from his self-titled LP prior to its arrival on August 10 via Dirty Hit. It features energetic, erratic beats, bass and synths, while Khan's smooth vocals add a laid back feel to proceedings.





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