Foreign Affairs Return With New Single, ‘One Minute’

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Bristol duo Foreign Affairs have released their brand new single, ‘One Minute’.
 
As an intimate biographical statement, the song takes a step away from the duo’s more chorus-based writing to deliver a stark and arresting track which delves into the emotions surrounding life, love and loss.
 
“It sets our stall out exactly as we are,” explain the duo. “We like writing catchy, uplifting festival type songs, but with the music we grew up listening to it’s also really important that we draw on the harder hitting things in life.”

‘One Minute’ is the duo’s first original music since the release of The Old Fire Station EP, and sees them return powerfully charged and ready to make a bold mark in 2020 with a host of new music yet to come.

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