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“They’d rather see my mother bleed out than build a clinic, you leave abortions to the back streets.”

 

Kojaque has just released a new track, dedicated to the late Paul Curran of Burnt Out, with an accompanying video.

‘White Noise’ is the second video from his forthcoming project  ‘DELI DAYDREAMS’ which is scheduled for release on February 23.

Here’s what he had to say about the track:

“This poem is written in a stream of consciousness style from the perspective of a young, working-class man as he reflects on his life and the struggles that he encounters. I’d like to dedicate the piece to Paul Curran; thank you for your work and for your inspiration.”

At the end of January he released a video ‘Bubby’s Cream’, produced by jar jar jr, and just this week he announced a string of tour dates, joined on the tour by young artist Luka Palm.

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