Vive la Frances’ album
The BBC Sound of 2016 and BRITs Critics Choice 2016 nominee finally confirms release date for her highly anticipated debut
Berkshire-born songwriter and multi award-nominated vocalist, Frances – who we introduced here on the site – has announced the release of her highly-anticipated debut album Things I’ve Never Said. The record will include the singles Let It Out, Say It Again and her signature ballad Grow, and will be released by Capitol Records in March.
Greg Kurstin (Adele), Jimmy Napes (Sam Smith, Alicia Keys) and Howard Lawrence (Disclosure) are among the star-studded collaborators on Things I’ve Never Said, creating what purports to be a “deeply personal, emotive collection” tracking the last two years of Frances’ story. From the balladry of Let It Out and Cry Like Me to the upbeat pop production on Say It Again, the record is set to represent the range of the young artist.
Grow, the track that effectively launched her career, has been chosen to soundtrack an upcoming film adaptation of Mum’s List and a new mix of the single will be available to buy and stream from January 2017. In the meantime, Frances will also play her new single Don’t Worry About Me as part of Channel 4’s Stand Up To Cancer fundraiser airing this Friday 21 October.
Deluxe and standard formats of Things I’ve Never Said will be available to buy and stream from the 17 March 2017. For more details, visit: francesmusic.com