Benjamin Francis Leftwich unveils new track 'Look Ma!'

With his highly-anticipated new album due out in the coming months, Benjamin Francis Leftwich has kicked off his 2019 with the unveiling of another new cut from his forthcoming full-length.

The new single 'Look Ma!' follows on from the previously shared tracks 'Sometimes' and the record's title-track in previewing his third studio LP 'Gratitude', which is set to arrive on the 15th March via Dirty Hit Records.

Have a listen to 'Look Ma!' in the player below.

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