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Those who follow Hero Fisher, know she is been playing for quite a while on the back of her last album ‘Delivery’. She has now been working on her second one: ‘Glue Moon’.

I was blessed with a free surprise gig at The Finsbury. Hero’s eerie performances are always soul-gripping, they force you to move closer. I heard some new tunes besides her opening classic ‘Bird Of Prey’ followed by ‘Breathe’, ‘Push The Boat Out’, and my latest fav ‘I Let Love’,  as much as I remember. I am sure her next album is going to be bewitching again.

 

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