LA Priest unveils new track 'Lorry Park'

Following on a run of hyped-up singles so far, LA Priest has now delivered another cut from his much-anticapted debut album.

The new track 'Lorry Park' follows on from the previously shared singles ‘Oino’ and ‘Party Zute / Learning to Love’, all of which will feature on the frontman's new full-length 'Inji', due out on the 29th June via Domino.

Have a listen to 'Lorry Park' in the player below.

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