Twinnie Releases New Track ‘Chasing’ Ahead Of Debut Album ‘Hollywood Gypsy’ Out Friday

Rising UK star Twinnie has released her captivating new track, ‘Chasing’, taken from her forthcoming debut album, ‘Hollywood Gypsy’, out on 17th April on BMG. Twinnie has again collaborated with Halo Jones (Kylie Minogue, Seasick Steve), who she previously worked with on ‘Cupid’, to release a stunning lyric video for the track. She has also rescheduled her UK shows and will embark on her biggest headline tour to date which includes a must-see show at London’s Omeara on 24th November.

Recorded in Nashville, produced by Jamie Kenney (Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley) and co-written with Grammy Award-winning songwriter Jordan Reynolds, ‘Chasing’ is an anthemic track about the problematic thrill of chasing love. On the track Twinnie said,

“’Chasing’ is all about recognising the fact that I had an unhealthy relationship with love. I was attracted to the same type of guy: the James Dean, rock and roll, bad boy and non committal type. But I think in hindsight the chase is what made the whole thing exciting. After all everybody wants what they can’t have!”

Listen to ‘Chasing’ here. Watch the lyric video:

Twinnie - Chasing (Lyric Video)

‘Hollywood Gypsy’ is full of catchy, yet emotive tunes brimming with a charming lyrical honesty that draws you into Twinnie’s world. Speaking of the album Twinnie said:

“The title of the album pretty much sums me up. I am a traveller by nature and by heritage, so I am quite free. ‘Hollywood Gypsy’ is about me, my life.”

Twinnie will play her biggest headline tour to date this November, dates below.

Sun 22nd       GLASGOW, Stereo
Tues 24th      LONDON, Omeara
Weds 25th     MANCHESTER, Deaf Institute
Thurs 26th    BIRMINGHAM, O2 Academy 3
Fri 27th          BRISTOL, The Louisiana
Sun 29th        YORK, The Crescent

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