AlunaGeorge streaming debut album 'Body Music' online - listen

Duo's debut LP set for release next week (July 29)

AlunaGeorge streaming debut album 'Body Music' online - listen

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AlunaGeorge are streaming their debut album 'Body Music' online.

The hotly-tipped duo, which consists of singer Aluna Francis and producer George Reid, will officially release their first LP next week (July 29), but have made the record available to stream via SoundCloud. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to listen.

AlunaGeorge recently scored their first Top 20 hit with 'Attracting Flies', which appears on the album along with blog favourite 'Your Drums, Your Love' and a "refreshed" version of their debut track 'You Know You Like It'. You can see the album's cover art at the top of the page.

The 'Body Music' tracklisting in full is:

'Outlines'
'You Know You Like It'
'Attracting Flies'
'Your Drums, Your Love'
'Kaleidoscope Love'
'Bad Idea'
'Diver'
'Lost & Found'
'Best Be Believing'
'Superstar
'Just A Touch'
'Body Music'
'Friends to Lovers'
'This Is How We Do It' [bonus track]


Earlier this month, AlunaGeorge played a secret, intimate gig in London for just 100 fans, with the pair performing a three-song set at Brick Lane's Truman Brewery as part of the Vevo Go Show series of pop-up gigs. They have also recently hinted that they could be working on a collaboration with Diplo. Posting a photo of Francis and the producer on their official Facebook page, they wrote: "Back to london for a quick curry and an accordion jam sess with Diplo... bringing glasto home![sic]" You can see the photo by clicking here.



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