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Miles Kane Exclusive

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If you take a quick look at the news, it's been nothing but horse burgers, blizzards and Pope resignations of late. So, here's some good news for Monday afternoon: Miles Kane is back with new track Give Up.

As if that wasn't enough, we've been given an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the video shoot to the single.

The song is taken from his second album, which is the follow-up to his acclaimed debut Colour of the Trap, and was co-written by Kid Harpoon (who also co-wrote Florence + the Machine's Shake it Out) and produced by Ian Broudie (The Zutons, Echo and the Bunnymen).

Give Up is released on February 24

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