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Yonaka Announce 'Creatures' EP And European Tour Supporting Bring Me The Horizon

Friday, 12 October 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Yonaka have revealed details of a new EP.

Following their biggest headline gig to date at London's Electric Ballroom last night, the Brighton four-piece have announced they will release 'Creature' on November 19. News of its arrival is accompanied by the new single, Own Worst Enemy.

Home to four raucous tracks, underpinned by the band's fiery hooks, unruly riffs and profound songwriting, 'Creature' sees the band's bassist, Alex Crosby, handling production responsibilities again having co-produced their last EP, 'Teach Me To Fight', with help from Tom Dalgety.

Furthermore, the band have confirmed that they’ll be supporting Bring Me The Horizon on their European tour throughout November, which will come to London’s Alexandra Palace for two nights on November 29 and 30.


1. Own Worst Enemy
2. Creature
3. Death By Love
4. She's Not There

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