Childhood release 'Falls Away' video - watch

The band will release their debut album this summer

Childhood release 'Falls Away' video - watch

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Childhood have shared the video for their new single 'Falls Away'. Scroll to the top of the page to watch it now.

The London-based band will release the single on Monday (May 26) via House Anxiety/Marathon Artists. The track is taken from their forthcoming debut album, which is as-yet-untitled, expected for release later this summer.

The quartet recorded the album with producer Dan Carey, who was also behind the mixing desk for their previous track, 'Pinballs'. That song was released as part of Carey's Speedy Wunderground project, where artists spend 24 hours in his studio, writing, recording and mixing a song to be released on limited 7".

Childhood recently completed their debut UK headline tour and are set to appear at a number of festivals over the summer, including Field Day, Parklife, Latitude and Festival Number 6.

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