Fleur East – ‘Size’

Fleur East, famous for being The X-Factor 2014 runner-up released new single ‘Size’. An infectious upbeat song in which she compares the search for the perfect man to the search for the best fitting clothes. Part of Debenhams’ 2019 Autumn campaign, this infectious song is going to be also featured in the 2019 Christmas campaign, which includes a new commercial featuring the singer herself. The singer also anticipates a new album coming next year.

The irresistible hook of Fleur East’s new song has been part of Debenhams’ 2019 autumn campaign since last August and now that track is available in full. ‘Size’ is the new sprightly single by Fleur East, released on Sunday 16th November. East is mostly known for ending up as runner-up in the 2014 edition of The X-Factor and for her chart topping hit single ‘Sax’.

The song will continue to be heard through all the festive months as it will be also featured in Debenhams’ 2019 Christmas campaign, with brand new ads featuring the singer herself. The commercial sees Fleur East play the role of a beautiful festive fairy godmother, that thanks to a touch of her magic wand frees people from the stress of finding the perfect gift.

This playful and catchy song is part of a series of singles that the English singer is releasing in anticipation of her new album. Earlier this year East dropped the song ‘Favourite Thing’, while ‘Figured Out’ was released in October. These tracks will likely be part of her new album, which she recently revealed may come out in the new year. This upcoming project will follow her debut album, ‘Love, Sax and Flashbacks’, released in 2015.

In the meantime the singer surprised Hits Radio listeners with an impressive live performance of ‘Size’. On Saturday 16th November she made an unannounced appearance at the Hits Live Birmingham concert, where she also sang ‘Sax’.

The audio for the track can be found below:

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