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2/12/19

London-based pop/folk duo All Faces (née Daphné Cantenot and Ben Aigle) just dropped the first single since their self-titled debut EP, released last summer. The duo wrote “Welcome Home” during a three-hour studio session—not long after they inked a deal with alexrainbirdRecords, a popular YouTube channel-turned-label focused on the folk and indie realm.

All Face’s merging of earthy soundscapes and modern sheen can be attributed to their influences, which include artists like Mumford and Sons, The Lumineers, John Mayer and Bon Iver. The duo plans to keep releasing new music throughout the year, but for now, fans can indulge in “Welcome Home."