Emeli Sande has released her brand new EP 'Kingdom Coming' and promised fans ''pure passion'' and an exciting new sound.
Emeli Sande has released her new EP 'Kingdom Coming'.
The 'Beneath Your Beautiful' hitmaker dropped the six-track mini album on Friday (03.11.17), and said she hopes the collection of songs would excite and inspire her fans.
She said: ''I invited some genius friends of mine to join me in the countryside to express themselves with no restrictions, and it's been an honour to work with three of the world's greatest in Giggs, Wretch 32 and Dave East.
''It was an intense week but an absolute dream! New sounds, new stories and a WHOLE LOT of heart! We pushed ourselves hard to reach new levels and I'm so proud of what we have created.
''I really hope you will enjoy the new sound exploration of this EP and that the lyrics will speak to you on a deep level.''
Last month, Emeli embarked on an arena tour across the UK - her biggest headline shows to date - including a night at London's O2 Arena.
However, tonight (03.11.17) will see the musician in more intimate settings as she celebrates the EP release at the Curtain Club in the capital.
Meanwhile, Emeli previously discussed the change in style in her music, and explained it has been a very natural thing.
Opening up about new song 'Starlight', she said: ''This is the world that my music career started in and it feels incredible to be releasing music that shows a new side of me.
''The song came so naturally and I really hope it makes people feel good, uplifted and free.''
Emeli Sande's 'Kingdom Coming' tracklisting is as follows:
1. Soon (feat. Dave East)
2. Love Not War
3. Higher (feat. Giggs)
5. Starlight (Acoustic)
6. Kingdom Coming (feat. Wretch 32)
Once a fire fighter, always a fire fighter.
Today (September 14th) marks the 25th anniversary since the album's 1993 release.
Labrinth has teamed up with Sia and Diplo to form a new supergroup: LSD.
The Struts teamed up with Kesha for a red and gold themed music video as part of their collaboration on 'Body Talks'.
Sometimes actors are not acting.