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Edwyn Collins played an intimate acoustic gig last night (June 9) at The Social in London, raising awareness for the aphasia charity, Connect.

Collins has an exhibition of artwork produced for his latest single, ‘Home Again’, at the small London venue.

Some of the artwork was created by Graham Coxon, British comedian Harry Hill and Jarvis Cocker. Coxon turned up to the event and mingled with fans before the show.

Collins played a six-song set including ‘Home Again’, which is out on seven-inch vinyl on June 23.

The warmly received set was opened by a speech on aphasia and the Connect charity, the condition which Collins has had since he suffered a stroke in 2005.

Edwyn Collins played:

‘Falling And Laughing’
‘What Presence?’
‘Searching For The Truth’
‘Home Again’
‘One Track Mind’
‘A Girl Like You’

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