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If you listen to one song today, make it this one... New Zealander Pip Brown - aka Ladyhawke - releases her highly anticipated first single Black White & Blue from second album Anxiety out later this month.

Summery electro-frolickery has somehow been captured, contained, pressed and moulded into this single. We've got it on repeat today as the sun peeks in through our office windows.

Have a listen to the single, below. What's your verdict? Let us know on Twitter or in the comments section.

Black White & Blue is out today.

Anxiety is released on 28 March on Modular records.

Words: Anita Bhagwandas

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