Kitty Brucknell Releases Glitter in the Sky

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Mention the name, “Kitty” to anyone in the UK, and they will instantly know you are talking about the irresistably and controversial Kitty Brucknell, who rose to fame and wowed 14.8 million people on that country’s X Factor, alongside Frankie Cocozza and Little Mix.

Kitty recently annouced that she’s in the running to represent Switzerland, with her song “Yearning”. It’s a beautiful song, and with entries closing last Monday we’ll soon find out if she’s been successful.

Hot on the heels of this comes Kitty’s new single, “Glitter in the Sky”, the first track to be released from her forthcoming album, “Glamour and Damage”.

We recently interviewed Kitty, who revealed she was “super excited” about the release of the single and we can see why, as we rather like it.

Check out the video for “Glitter in the Sky”. The single is available to purchase now from iTunes.

In other news, Kitty has recently joined forces with some of the biggest names in the music industry, in an appeal for a nationwide instrument amnesty.

Don’t Stop the Music was set up by “maverick pianist” James Rhodes, who wants to bring instruments into every UK primary school, in line with the Government’s declaration three years ago that every primary school child in the UK should have the opportunity to learn a musical instrument.

Music legends including Sir Paul McCartney, Sir Tom Jones, Sting and Ronnie Wood are aiming to get musical instruments off the shelves where they are gathering dust, unused, and into the hands of primary school children, who need them. Also supporting the appeal are Jessie J, Ricky Wilson, Damon Albarn, Tinie Tempah, and James Blunt.

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