Humanzi set album release date

We've also got the Kingdom Of Ghosts artwork!

Here’s a sneak peak at the cover of Humanzi’s sophomore album, Kingdom Of Ghosts, which receives its worldwide digital release on February 26.

Recorded in Berlin where they’ve been based for the past two years, it’s spawned a ‘making of’ film, which can be viewed below.

 

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