School of Seven Bells - 'Secret Days' [Listen]
"My courage came from madness," professes Alejandra Deheza as tropical beats submerged in water pummel away in the background of 'Secret Days'; the latest single from School of Seven Bells.
The track has a nervous kind of energy that their latest album, Ghostory, sorely needed. Look out for their forthcoming EP, Pit Your Sad Down, when its released on November 13th.
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