WATCH: Declan McKenna talks through his Zeros album track by track

4 September 2020, 23:00 | Updated: 26 May 2021, 18:47

Declan McKenna's Zeros track by track in full

See the Beautiful Faces singer discuss his second studio album, which was released on Friday 4 September.

Declan McKenna's second studio album Zeros was released this Friday (4 September) and it hasn't disappointed.

The Enfield singer-songwriter who won Glastonbury's Emerging Talent competition in 2015 has come a long way, first releasing his debut album What Do You Think Abut The Car? in 2017 - which featured his indie earworm Brazil - and then unleashing its impressive follow-up.

This week, he joined Radio X's John Kennedy to talk about his latest effort, which includes singles in the likes of Beautiful Faces, The Key to Life on Earth and Daniel, You're Still A Child.

Watch him talk through his Zeros album in our X-Posure track by track above.

Listen to the show via the Global Player, the official Radio X app

Declan McKenna talks through his Zeros album in an X-Posure track by track with John Kennedy
Declan McKenna talks through his Zeros album in an X-Posure track by track with John Kennedy. Picture: Radio X

See the tracklist for Declan McKenna's Zeros here:

1. You Better Believe!!!

2. Be an Astronaut

3. The Key to Life on Earth

4. Beautiful Faces

5. Daniel, You're Still a Child

6. Emily

7. Twice Your Size

8. Rapture

9. Sagittarius A*

10. Eventually, Darling

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