Warpaint release double A side single 'No Way Out / I'll Start Believing'

After releasing some new material earlier this year, Warpaint have now put out a double A side single of two previously unheard tracks.

The new singles 'No Way Out' and 'I'll Start Believing' are available now via Rough Trade, and also feature the track 'No Way Out (Redux)', which the band shared at the end of last month.

Have a listen to the full release via the Spotify player below.

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