MALKA Releases Brand New Single ‘Moving Together’

MALKA has released her brand new single ‘Moving Together’. The new song is taken from her forthcoming third album I’m Not Your Soldier out February 28th.


The song finds MALKA exploring the feelings experienced in the reestablishment of old relationships. The artwork features a 17-year old MALKA performing gymnastics as a former Scottish Champion with her previous teammate.

Regarding the single MALKA says, “‘Moving Together’ is about reconnecting with an old relationship – whether it is a friend, a partner or a family member – and everything feeling just how it was before you had lost touch. The move back from London to Glasgow awoke all kinds of nostalgia for me, being back in my hometown, reconnecting with old friends and feeling like time had melted away. I wanted to create something that projected those feelings – ‘Moving Together’ in time with someone that you had previously been out of sync with.”

MALKA will be touring in support of the release next year and will play four headline shows across the country in March 2020. Tickets are available via and full dates are listed below.


6th – Glasgow, Stereo

12th – Galashields, MacArts

13th – Manchester, Eagle Inn

14th – London, The Victoria


  1. A New World

  2. Get Up

  3. I Know, You Know

  4. Taking It Back

  5. Moving Together

  6. Don’t Leave Me

  7. I’m Not Invisible

  8. Don’t Believe It

  9. Tiny Fires

  10. Hardly Sleep

  11. Seize This Moment

  12. Close Your Eyes

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