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PREMIERE: Hiro Ama Shares New Track, 'Letter From Lahore'
Patrick Clarke , August 13th, 2020 11:29

The track is lifted from his debut solo EP, which is out next month

Teleman's Hiro Ama has shared a new track called 'Letter From Lahore'.

The track is the first taste of his debut solo EP, Uncertainty, which was written and recorded within a month in his London flat during a period of isolation. Ama describes it as "a mixture of feelings like sadness, loneliness, confusion, hope and nostalgia. It was a bit like writing a diary, only I wrote music instead." You can listen to 'Letter From Lahore', which was inspired thematically by Ama's travels across the world at the age of 17, above.

"I didn't want to forget this incredible trip and this quarantine makes me want to travel somewhere far, so I made this song," he says of the track.

PRAH Recordings will release Uncertainty on September 4, 2020.