Kyla La Grange covers The Maccabees' 'Love You Better' - listen Kyla La Grange Tickets

The track is the B-side to the singer's upcoming single 'Walk Through Walls'

Kyla La Grange covers The Maccabees' 'Love You Better' - listen

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Kyla La Grange has covered The Maccabees' 'Love You Better' – scroll down to listen.

The track is the b-side to the Watford singer's upcoming fourth single 'Walk Through Walls' which was mixed by Dan Grech (The Vaccines, Lana Del Rey), and produced by Brett Shaw and will be released on July 30, along with her debut album 'Ashes'.

Speaking about her forthcoming album, La Grange said: "Writing songs was something I always did because I felt like it was the only way I could release all the noise and cluttered emotions inside my head. It was, and is, an escape."

Last week, La Grange announced details of a UK tour including a headline show at London's Scala.

Kyla La Grange will play:

Bristol Thekla (October 1)
Manchester The Deaf Institute (2)
Oxford O2 Academy2 (5)
Nottingham The Bodega Social Club (6)
Southampton Joiners (8)
London Scala (9)

Listen to 'Love You Better' below:

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