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Deaf Havana Share New Track Kids

Monday, 14 March 2022 Written by Jon Stickler

Deaf Havana have posted a new single, Kids.

The reflective track will feature on the alt-rock duo's upcoming sixth studio LP, 'The Present is a Foreign Land', due out on July 15. It arrives alongside a video, shot by Jon Stone in Brighton.

Cast across a pulsing rhythm, with nostalgic lyrics portraying how simple things used to be, it's joined on the record by the previously released cut Going Clear. Lead singer James Veck-Gilodi said:

"Kids, like many songs of ours, is a retrospective romance with our younger years. It views growing up in boring coastal towns through rose-tinted glasses and asks a lot of questions as to what the people we grew up with are doing now. It’s mainly a nostalgic song about small English towns, about what could’ve been and what is."

The band will support Don Broco at London's Royal Albert Hall on March 21 for a show in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust. They'll also appear at Slam Dunk Festival in June.

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