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Benjamin Francis Leftwich Releases New Song And Video Gratitude

Friday, 09 November 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Benjamin Francis Leftwich has returned with a new single and video, Gratitude.

The track is the first to surface from the singer-songwriter's third album, which will be released in early 2019 via Dirty Hit. It follows on from his recent 'I Am With You' EP which landed back in August.

Leftwich's previous albums include his 2011 debut, 'Last Smoke Before The Snowstorm', as well as the 2016's 'After the Rain'.





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