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Exclusive Charlatans Video


The Charlatans have been producing great music for nearly 25 years and show no signs of stopping.

They're currently preparing for the release of their 12th studio record, Modern Nature, which will be released on 26th January. In the meantime, we're delighted to be able to premiere this exclusive video, which shows the band performing new single Come Home Baby - which has serious vibes of Primal Scream's legendary Movin' On Up - live at The Church in London.

It also features an intro from frontman Tim Burgess explaining the genesis of the album, and the band's creative process as they made their first new record in five years.

Watch and enjoy below and for the latest info, head to the band's website.



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