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It's his first new material since 2006

Baxter Dury posts new song online
Baxter Dury has posted a demo of a new song on his Myspace page.

'Clare' features Dury's trademark high-pitched backing vocals, and is a bass and drum machine-driven song not too dissimilar lyrically to his last single, 2006's 'Love In The Garden'.

It's not yet known if there are any plans to release the song properly.

According to his blog, the singer - the son of the late Ian Dury, and the man who produced The Metros' debut album, is currently unsigned.

You can listen to 'Clare' by heading to Myspace.com/baxterdury.

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