UNA HEALY REVEALS STAY MY LOVE VIDEO FEATURING SAM PALLADIO

Una Healy has revealed her brand new video for debut solo single ‘Stay My Love’which features the UK-born star of US TV drama, ‘Nashville’, Sam Palladio.

‘Stay My Love’ portrays the thoughts of two people who feel the same way about each other, but can’t find the words to say it. Co-written with Amy Wadge, Grammy-winning co-writer of Ed Sheeran’s ‘Thinking Out Loud’, the ballad developed into a duet and Una found the perfect singing partner in Palladio.

The Irish singer-songwriter is to release her album, ‘The Waiting Game’ through Decca Records on 10th February. Una’s debut solo album weaves magnetic folk, pop and rock melodies into echoes of the country music she grew up with and is available to preorder now on iTunes and Amazon.

To celebrate the single and album release, Una plays two very special, intimate shows, the first at London’s St Pancras Old Church on 15th February and the second at Dublin’s The Sugar Club on 16th February. Tickets for the two dates sold out in minutes and she will be joined on the dates by Catherine McGrath.

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