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Becky Hill hits the studio with Rachel Furner, The 23rd

14 Jul

British singer/songwriter Becky Hill has teamed up with Rachel Furner and The 23rd for her upcoming debut album under Eko Music / Polydor Records.

Furner’s recent songwriting credits include Alice Chater’s “Heartbreak Hotel,” Kara Marni’s “All or Nothing,” Craig David’s “Love Me Like It’s Yesterday,” The Vamps’ “Personal,” and Catherine McGrath’s “Talk of This Town.”

Meanwhile, The 23rd (composed of siblings George and Henry Flint) are responsible for co-writing and producing singles including Grace Carter’s “Silence,” James TW’s “Say Love,” and Sigrid’s “Plot Twist.”

Hill’s next promotional single “I Could Get Used to This” – which she co-wrote alongside Mike Kintish – is scheduled to arrive later this year.

Her current single “Sunrise in the East” – which was co-written by Maverick Sabre and Peter “Lostboy” Rycroft and collectively produced by ADP and Hit Impulse – is now available via all digital streaming outlets.

Watch the music video for “Sunrise in the East” below.

Becky Hill confirms new promotional single details

26 Jul

Becky Hill has confirmed the details for her new single.

The British singer/songwriter (born Rebecca Claire Hill) has christened “Unpredictable” as the next promotional cut from her upcoming debut album and will release it on August 9 via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The track was co-written by Becky Hill alongside regular collaborators Karen Poole (Taya, David Guetta) and MNEK (Beyonce, Kylie Minogue).

As mentioned in earlier posts, Hill’s still-untitled debut studio collection – featuring previous promotional singles “Back to My Love,” “Warm,” and “Rude Love” – is expected to arrive later this year via EKO Music.

On the songwriting front, the “False Alarm” star has reportedly contributed to the next projects by fellow recording artists including Ella Eyre, Terri Walker, Chloe Leone, Imani Williams, DAKOTA, and Professor Green.

Stream the piano version of “Rude Love” below.