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Lily Allen releases fourth studio collection “No Shame”

9 Jun

Lily Allen has released her fourth studio collection online.

“No Shame” – featuring singles “Trigger Bang” and “Higher” – is now available via iTunes and all other digital streaming platforms.

The follow-up to 2014’s “Sheezus” delivers songwriting contributions from Tim Rice-Oxley, Jenna Andrews, Sam Duckworth, Eliza Caird, Tim Deal, Liana Banks, and Ari PenSmith.

On the production front, Allen has teamed up with Mark Ronson, BloodPop, Ezra Koening, Starsmith, Cass Lowe, Fryars, Emre Ramazanoglu, P2J, Seb Chew, Dre Skull, Jack Nichols-Marcy, and Show N Prove.

Stream “No Shame” below.

Eliza shares music video for new promotional single “Livid”

22 Mar

Eliza has shared the music video for her new promotional single online.

The self-directed / Dino Weber-produced visual clip for “Livid” was posted to the British singer/songwriter’s YouTube channel on Thursday (March 22, 2018).

Eliza’s last studio collection, “In Your Hands,” was released in 2013 via Parlophone Records. Featuring singles “Big When I Was Little” and “Let it Rain,” that project delivered contributions from Oren Yoel, Kid Harpoon, Ross Golan, Steve Robson, Wayne Hector, Matt Prime, Tim Woodcock, and Busbee.

As a songwriter, Eliza co-penned “Everything to Feel Something” for fellow recording artist Lily Allen alongside Jenna Andrews and Benjamin “frYars” Garrett. The track appears on Allen’s upcoming fourth album, “No Shame,” which will arrive on June 8th via Parlophone Records.

Watch the music video for “Livid” below.

Lily Allen confirms details for new album

19 Mar

Lily Allen has confirmed the details for her upcoming fourth album.

The British singer/songwriter christened her next studio collection “No Shame” and will release it on June 8th via Parlophone Records.

Current promotional singles “Higher” and “Three” – which were produced by P2J and frYars, respectively – are now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The follow-up to 2014’s “Sheezus” delivers additional alliances with Cass Lowe, Eliza Doolittle, Ari Pen-Smith, Jenna Andrews, Tim Rice-Oxley, Ellis Taylor, Sam Duckworth, Ezra Koenig, BloodPop, Mark Ronson, and Tim Deal.

See the tracklisting for “No Shame” below.

(1) Come On Then / (2) Trigger Bang / (3) What You Waiting For / (4) Your Choice / (5) Lost My Mind / (6) Higher / (7) Family Man / (8) Apples / (9) Three / (10) Everything to Feel Something / (11) Waste / (12) My One / (13) Pushing Up Daisies / (14) Cake

Watch the music video for “Trigger Bang” below.

Lily Allen shares music video for new promotional single “Trigger Bang”

25 Jan

Lily Allen has shared the music video for her new promotional single online.

The visual clip for “Trigger Bang” – featuring Giggs – was posted the British singer/songwriter’s YouTube channel on Wednesday (January 24, 2018).

Production duties on “Trigger Bang” were handled by fellow recording artist Fryars, whose resume boasts additional works with Rae Morris (“Atletico”), Mika (“Celebrate”), Cosima (“Girls Who Get Ready”) and Kungs (“Trust”).

As mentioned in earlier posts, Allen’s upcoming fourth studio collection, tentatively entitled “The Fourth Wall,” is expected to arrive later this year via Warner Music Group / Polydor Records.

The still-untitled project reportedly delivers further alliances with Mark Ronson, Jenna Andrews, Benny Cassette, Chloe Angelides, Nylo, Sarah Hudson, Liana Banks, Dre Skull, Sam Duckworth, Ari PenSmith, and Tev’n.

Watch the music video for “Trigger Bang” below.

Lily Allen unleashes new promotional single “Trigger Bang”

12 Dec

Lily Allen has unleashed her new promotional single online.

“Trigger Bang” – featuring Giggs – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Taken from Allen’s upcoming fourth studio collection under Warner Music Group / Polydor Records, tentatively entitled “The Fourth Wall,” the track was co-written and produced by Benjamin “Fryars” Garrett.

Other songwriters and producers expected to appear on the follow-up to 2014’s “Sheezus,” which topped the UK Albums Chart and peaked to number twelve on the US Billboard 200 Albums Chart, are Mark Ronson, Jenna Andrews, Benny Cassette, Andrea “Nylo” Landis, Tev’n, Chloe Angelides, Dre Skull, Sarah Hudson, Ari PenSmith, Liana Banks, and Sam Duckworth.

Stream the audio clip for “Trigger Bang” below.

Lily Allen christens “Trigger Bang” as lead single from new album

23 Nov

Lily Allen has announced the details for her new single online.

The British singer/songwriter christened “Trigger Bang” – featuring Giggs – as the lead promotional cut from her upcoming album under Parlophone Records, tentatively entitled “The Fourth Wall.”

Released in 2014; Allen’s previous studio collection “Sheezus” topped the UK Albums Chart and peaked to number twelve on the US Billboard 200 Albums Chart. That project also spawned three singles in the shape of “Hard Out Here,” “Air Balloon” and “As Long As I Got You.”

Among the songwriters and producers expected to appear on “The Fourth Album” are Mark Ronson, Jenna Andrews, Benny Cassette, Andrea “Nylo” Landis, BloodPop, Chloe Angelides, Tev’n, Sarah Hudson, Dre Skull, Liana Banks, Ari PenSmith, Rodaidh McDonald, and Sam Duckworth.

It is also important to note that Allen co-wrote “Mr. C” for Nina Nesbitt alongside Karen Poole and Steve Mac, as well as “Can’t Dance without You” for Professor Green alongside Peter “Merf” Kelleher, Benjamin Kohn and Thomas “Froe” Barnes of UK songwriting/production team TMS.

Stream the audio clip for “Hard Out Here” below.

Celeste reunites with Tev’n, JD Reid for new song “Not for Me”

21 Oct

Celeste Waite, known mononymously as Celeste, has shared a new song online.

The audio clip for “Not for Me” was posted to the American singer/songwriter’s SoundCloud channel on Friday (October 20, 2017).

Originally intended for Celeste’s debut mini-album “The Milk & the Honey;” the track was collectively produced by Tev’n (Kenzie May, Joy Crookes) and Jordan “JD” Reid (Mabel McVey, Sinead Harnett).

Released earlier this year via Lily Allen’s Warner Music imprint Bank Holiday Records; “The Milk & the Honey” boasts further contributions from Tom Aspaul, John Calvert, Becky Jones, Daniel Smith, Tim Lacrombe, and JAKWOB.

Stream the audio clip for “Not for Me” below.

CELESTE debuts music video for new single “Milk & Honey”

26 Jul

American singer/songwriter Celeste Epiphany Waite, mononymously known as CELESTE, has debuted the music video for her new single online.

The visual clip for “Milk & Honey” was posted to the L.A. born / UK-based soulful artist’s YouTube channel on Tuesday (July 25, 2017).

Taken from CELESTE’s current mini-collection “The Milk & the Honey,” the track was written by CELESTE alongside Rebecca “Becky” Jones (Bonzai, Saint Saviour) and John Calvert (Nao, Denai Moore).

Released earlier this year via Lily Allen’s Warner Music imprint Bank Holiday Records, “The Milk & the Honey” boasts further contributions from Tom Aspaul (Becky Hill), JD Reid (Mabel McVey), Tev’n (Joy Crookes), Daniel Smith (Noisettes), Tim Lacrombe (Lana Del Rey) and JAKWOB (Laura Welsh).

Watch the music video for “Milk & Honey” below.

Lily Allen reunites with Mark Ronson for fourth album

29 Jun

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Lily Allen has reunited with Mark Ronson for her fourth album.

The Grammy award-winning producer told The Sun: “We’ve been writing together again on the new record. I feel like they are some of the best songs she’s written. Her voice sounds incredible. The stuff I’m working on is some of her most honest and heartbreaking music ever.”

Ronson previously produced and co-wrote “Littlest Things” for Allen along with American recording artist Santi “Santigold” White. The track peaked to number twenty-one on the UK Singles Chart.

The hitmaker also worked with the likes of Nikka Costa (“Like a Feather”), Amy Winehouse (“Rehab”), Christina Aguilera (“Slow Down Baby”), Adele (“Lay Me Down”), Bruno Mars (“Locked Out of Heaven”), Estelle (“Magnificent”), Mary J. Blige (“Hello It’s Me”) and Elle King (“Last Damn Night”).

Allen, on the other hand, is expected to release her next album later this year through Parlophone Records (UK) and Warner Brothers Records (US).

The still-untitled project serves as the follow-up to 2014’s “Sheezus,” which spawned singles including “Hard Out There” and “Air Balloon.”

For the new album, Allen has also teamed up with Benny Cassette (Wynter Gordon), Jenna Andrews (Majid Jordan), Bless Beats (Jess Glynne), Chloe Angelides (Selena Gomez), TMS (Craig David) and Jin Jin (Alex Newell).

Watch the music video for “Oh My God” below.

Adam Lambert signs new deal with Warner Bros. Records

18 Jan

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Singer/songwriter Adam Lambert has signed a new record deal with Warner Bros. Records and will release his third album later this year.

The Warner Music Group imprint is also home to artists including Cher, Bette Midler, Eric Clapton, Flaming Lips, Green Day, Josh Groban, Lily Allen, Michael Buble, Regina Spektor, Bebe Rexha, and Nico & Vinz.

Production on Lambert’s new album is headed by hitmakers Max Martin and Shellback, who previously teamed with Lambert on singles “If I Had You” and the Pink-assisted “Whataya Want from Me.”

The Swedish songwriting and production duo have also worked with Taylor Swift (“Blank Space”), Ariana Grande (“Problem”), Christina Aguilera (“Your Body”), Usher (“Scream”) and Britney Spears (“I Wanna Go”).

Lambert’s last studio collection, 2012’s “Trespassing,” debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 Albums Chart and spawned promotional cuts “Better Than I Know My Self” and “Never Close Our Eyes.”

Watch the music video for “Whataya Want from Me” below.