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Daffodils' debut EP 'Boys' dropped in 2019 BC (before COVID) and the future was bright.

Daffodils have since warmed up the stage for international artists from Foals to Orville Peck, headlined shows across the country, and entertained the masses at a slew of festivals from Laneway Festival to Nest Fest to Rhythm & Vines and more.

With previous singles lauded around the world (including being playlisted by Radio X's John Kennedy in the UK) the band are super excited to announce their first new song since 2019 'House Across The Street'.

Daffodils frontperson Theo says "I originally wrote House Across the Street as a song to help me work on my understanding of how difficult it is to come to terms with people moving on, and being so close to them but so far away at the same time".

Daffodils are currently putting the finishing touches on their second alt pop EP. The band are looking forward to hitting the road over the southern hemisphere summer months with festival and tour dates including Le Currents, the Marlins Dreaming tour, The Others Way Festival and more to be announced.

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