Darwin Deez returns with new single 'Kill Your Attitude'

After two years since the release of his last studio album ‘Songs For Imaginative People’, New York native Darwin Deez has now returned with a new single.

The new track 'Kill Your Attitude' was debuted on Radio 1 last night (28th May) and is due to be the first cut lifted from his forthcoming third full-length, expected sometime later in the year.

Have a listen to 'Kill Your Attitude' in the player below.

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