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Listen: Dntel - 'Still' (feat. Baths)

Listen: Dntel - 'Still' (feat. Baths)

by New Music Team, 25 April 2012

Those guys over at Stereogum have unveiled a new Dntel track called 'Still', which features vocals from Will Wiesenfeld (Baths).

The track is taken from his forthcoming album Aimlessness, which is set to be released on June 5th.

Have a listen by clicking here.

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