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Is Tropical announce new album, I'm Leaving

Is Tropical announce new album, I'm Leaving

by The 405 News Team, 21 February 2013

Is Tropical have announced they'll be releasing a new album this May.

The follow-up to Native To will be released on May 20th through KITSUNÉ / Cooperative Music, and you can hear the first cut from it, 'Yellow Teeth', below.

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