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MALKA announces new album ‘Ratatatat’ out October 20th

Scottish experimental alt-pop songstress MALKA has released her brand new single ‘Falling’, the latest song to be taken from her forthcoming second album Ratatatat due out on October 20th through Tantrum Records. The album is available to pre-order now through PledgeMusic – http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/malkamakesmusic

‘Falling’ is an empowering indie-pop anthem, which incorporates mesmeric guitars and tribal drum patterns alongside MALKA’s uplifting message. Regarding the single the singer says, “Falling’ is about feeling the need to make a difference in a world that seems to imploding.”


‘Falling’ is the third single to be taken from Ratatatat, following the release of ‘Breakout’ and ‘Fell For You’ this year, which received strong support from Lauren Laverne and Chris Hawkins at 6Music, and achieved critical acclaim from the likes of The Independent, Drowned In Sound, Line Of Best Fit and more.

Regarding the new album MALKA says, The album has lots of political references, albeit hidden behind pop melodies.”

Ratatatat follows the release of MALKA’s acclaimed 2015 debut Marching To Another Beat, which was also launched through a successful PledgeMusic campaign which far exceeded its target.

MALKA is playing summer festivals this year including Secret Garden Party on July 23rd and Camp Bestival on July 30th and has more live dates to be announced soon.

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