Hear Ray LaMontagne’s new song, “We’ll Make It Through”

It's his first release since 2018's Part Of The Light

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Ray LaMontagne has released a new six-minute song called “We’ll Make It Through”. No details have been provided about when and where it was recorded, although the sentiment seems apt for the current times.

Watch a sepia-tinted video for it below:

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It’s not yet known if “We’ll Make It Through” will form part of an upcoming new Ray LaMontagne album. His last full-length was 2018’s Part Of The Light.

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