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Poppy Announces New Album 'I Disagree', Shares Title Track

Friday, 04 October 2019 Written by Laura Johnson

Poppy has announced her new album.

'I Disagree', the follow-up to 2018's 'Am I A Girl?', will drop on January 10 through Sumerian Records and will include the previously released lead single Concrete.

Head below to check out the record's title track, which interestingly fuses heavy rock with pop-influenced vocal melodies delivering defiant lyrics. 

The news arrives ahead of the singer's North American tour supporting Bring Me The Horizon, which kicks off on October 10 in Phoenix, Arizona.

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