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Rostam Shares Animated Video For New Single In A River

Wednesday, 12 September 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Rostam has shared an animated video for his new single.

In A River is the first material to emerge from the former Vampire Weekend member since the release of his latest solo album, 2017's 'Half-Light'. It's beautifully eclectic, bringing together mandolin, violin, guitar, synths and samples to create an indie-folk track with a twist.

Rostam Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu September 13 2018 - SOLANA BEACH California - Belly Up Tavern (USA)
Fri September 14 2018 - LOS ANGELES California - Fonda Theatre (USA)

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