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Slaves offer new single 'Hey' as free download – listen

Duo share new song

Slaves offer new single 'Hey' as free download – listen

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Slaves have revealed their new single, 'Hey'. Download the track for free here.

Released via their own Girl Fight Records, 'Hey' is the latest single by the punk duo and comes ahead of the band's appearance at this year's Reading & Leeds Festivals, where they play on Friday on Reading's Lock Up Stage at 2.30pm and the same time in Leeds the following day.

'Hey' follows Slaves' last single, 'Where's Your Car Debbie?', which was released in January. The band will also appear at Southsea Festival in Portsmouth on September 20 alongside Pulled Apart By Horses, Dinosaur Pile-up and DZ Deathrays.

Listen to 'Hey' below.




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