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YONAKA Share Heavenly New Track “Give Me My Halo”

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YONAKA are heading towards a new chapter in their fascinating story. Always evolving and working away at something fresh and fierce, the band have been gearing up for the release of a new EP. That EP is called Welcome To My House and is set for release on July 28. Vocalist Theresa Jarvis had this to say about what it represents:

“Each song represents a memory or emotion inside me. The experiences I have gone through have all spent time inside my house and consumed me. With the EP being called Welcome To My House, visually I want listeners to be able to open up a door, come into my world and see what each song meant to me at that specific time in my life.

“When you listen to us, I hope you feel empowered, heard, and like you’re not alone. Hearing other people’s stories has helped me heal and grow so much, and I’d like to be that light for other people.”

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After already sharing “PANIC” and the title track, the band have also shared a new track from it, and it is a defiant listen. It’s called “Give Me My Halo” and is as tranquil as it is powerful. Swells of atmospheric passion rush around your ear, matched with lyrics that will make your spine tingle, it’s a big and bold call to always be who you want to be. Rock music as it should be.

Theresa had this to add about it:

“This song feels a bit different from what we normally do. We wrote it on piano and it’s very beautiful. It’s about acceptance and feeling comfortable within yourself, and sometimes the journey to that isn’t always pleasant, but it’s essential.”

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