Banks to release debut album 'Goddess' in September

Stream title track from US singer's debut album now

Banks to release debut album 'Goddess' in September

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Banks has announced details of her debut album 'Goddess'. Stream the title track below.

'Goddess' will be released on September 8 and features singles 'Waiting Game', 'Brain', 'This Is What It Feels Like', 'Change' and 'Warm Water'. The album follows the release of the 'London' EP in 2013. See below for the full album tracklisting.

Banks will perform at London festival Lovebox this summer. She features on the line-up for the July 18-19 event alongside The Horrors, Chase & Status, The Horrors, A$AP Rocky and Nas.

The 'Goddess' tracklisting is as follows:

'Alibi'
'Goddess'
'Waiting Game'
'Brain'
'This Is What It Feels Like'
'You Should Know Where I’m Coming From'
'Stick'
'Fuck Em Only We Know'
'Drowning'
'Beggin For Thread'
'Change'
'Someone New'
'Warm Water'
'Under The Table'



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