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Bat For Lashes Releases Final Single From 'Lost Girls' Desert Man, Hints At UK Shows

Monday, 02 September 2019 Written by Helen Payne

Bat For Lashes has shared the final single from her new album.

Ahead of the release of ‘Lost Girls’ on September 6, Natasha Khan has revealed Desert Man. A change of direction from previous cuts Feel For You, Kids In The Dark, The Hunger and Jasmine, the new track presents a lush symphonic structure and highly reverberated vocals, while still keeping to the 1980s synth style.

Khan also teased upcoming UK shows:

I am very pleased to present the next song from ‘Lost Girls’ to be released before the album is out this Friday!! you can now listen to ‘Desert Man’ at the link above. 

A little secret! - I’m going to be announcing some shows in the U.K. this November! within the next 10 days 😍 the shows will be in London, Manchester, Birmingham, Edinburgh and Brighton... if you pre order the new album on any format from the official Bat For Lashes store you will be eligible for the fan pre sale, a few days earlier than the general on sale date! X

Keep up to date with tour announcements and ticket information via the Stereoboard site or sign up for tour alerts here.

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