Devendra Banhart announces new single

‘Heard Somebody Say’ is out next month

Devendra Banhart announces new single
Devendra Banhart will release a brand new single next month.

‘Heard Somebody Say’ will hit the shops on November 21 through XL Recordings and is taken from the singer’s latest album, ‘Cripple Crow’.

The single will come backed with three exclusive new songs.

The CD edition will feature ‘Lickety Split’ and ‘Chicken’ on the B-sides, whilst the 7” vinyl will include ‘La Pastorcita Perdida’.

The video for ‘Heard Somebody Say’ was directed by Simon Henwood and features a cast of the singer’s band mates and friends including Antony of Antony & The Johnsons.

Devendra Banhart and his band Hairy Fairy will be headlining London’s Astoria on November 16.

For availability, visit NME Tickets or call 0870 1 663 663.

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