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King Princess Shares New Single Prophet

Friday, 19 July 2019 Written by Laura Johnson

King Princess has dropped a new single.

Prophet follows up Cheap Queen, the title track of her debut album, which is expected to arrive this autumn through Mark Ronson's label Zelig Records.

The track is a tale of infatuation accompanied by a soul by way of pop and rock backdrop, with a slick bassline and punctuating guitar chords.

King Princess also recently featured on Ronson's Pieces Of Us single. It appears on his new album, 'Late Night Feelings', which came out in June and also boasts collaborations with Miley Cyrus, Lykke Li, Camila Cabello, Alicia Keys, and YEBBA.

She will head to the UK in August for festival sets at Reading and Leeds, and has North American shows scheduled for this summer, fall and early next year.





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