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Miya Folick Shares New Song Thingamajig

Wednesday, 10 October 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Miya Folick has released a new song.

Thingamajig follows up previously shared singles, Deadbody, Stock Image and Stop Talking, with all three tracks set to feature on the Los Angeles musician's upcoming debut full length, 'Premonitions', out on October 26 via Terrible Records/Interscope Records. Folick said in a statement:

"Premonitions begins with Thingamajig - something you can’t quite recall the name of, but you know exactly what it means and what it feels like. Like the pull of desire that comes with not quite remembering fully. The magnetism of something just on the tip of your tongue. I wanted the album to feel like that thing."

Folick embarks on a tour supporting Pale Waves and Sunflower Bean this autumn, with dates planned across the United States and Europe. 

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