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British India Forgetting The Future

British India Forgetting The Future

British India Christen New Album

by Noise11.com on July 27, 2017

in News

British India have named their new album ‘Forgetting The Future’.

‘Forgetting the Future’ is the sixth album for Melbourne’s British India. The album was recorded with Holy Holy’s Oscar Dawson and was previewed with the song ‘Precious’.

British India ‘Forgetting The Future’ will be released on 22 September 2017.

British India – Forgetting The Future

1. Precious
2. Midnight Homie (My Best Friends)
3. Just Sing Like Everybody Else
4. Take Me With You
5. My Love
6. Kiss Me Again
7. Absolutely Disgusting
8. You’re Not The Future
9. I Want To Go Where I Can See The Ocean
10. I Was Looking Back At You To See You Looking Back At Me

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