Khartoum are teasing their debut EP with new single, ‘Took It All Away’

The band's new EP is coming this August.
Photo credit: Theo Clarke

Khartoum are back with their new single, ‘Took It All Away’.

It’s a guitar-pop number from the band’s debut EP ‘Vultures’, set for release on 20th August via Young Poet Records.

“‘Took it All Away’ started as a patchwork of ideas that were woven together around the theme of dependencies in relationships,” they explain. “There’s a fine line between wanting to hold on to things because they are convenient and keeping a relationship alive, and making the necessary changes to preserve ourselves. We’re all looking for heroes and leaders but acknowledging the things that make us wild is what keeps us true to ourselves.”

Check it out below, and catch the band playing the following shows this summer:

01 The Old Blue Last, London
09 Laylow, London (monthly residency)
16 Chalfest
30 Laylow, London

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