Louise has today (March 25th) announced details of her brand new single and upcoming album – her first new music release in 16 years!
Recorded in Sweden, London and LA Louise’s fourth studio album ‘Heavy Love’ is to be released, via ADA/Warners on October 18th 2019.
Collaborating with a sensational collection of music luminaries including Clean Bandit, RAYE, Eg White, Sinead Harnett and Karen Poole – ‘Heavy Love’ serves as Louise’s first album in 18 years following 2001’s greatest hits collection ‘Changing Faces – The Best of Louise’.
“I’m gonna make you work out, to work my body… stretch.”
The albums first single ‘Stretch’, described as being a slick slice of mid-paced electric funk pop, will be released tomorrow, March 26th – with the BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show securing it’s first exclusive play.
The singles accompanying music video will premiere this Friday.
“Making this album has been a real emotional and honest process for me.” Louise says.
“It’s been 18 years since I went into a recording studio, and with no expectations I’ve come out with a body of work which I am so proud of.”
“I can’t wait for you all to heat it!”
Always & Forever
Louise rose to fame as one quarter of pop supergroup Eternal, the first girl band ever to sell over 1 million copies of an album with their 1993 debut ‘Always & Forever’.
As a solo artist Louise has had 18 consecutive top solo 20 singles, 6 with Eternal and 12 Solo. Her debut solo album ‘Naked’ sold over 1 million copies and overall she has sold over 15 million records worldwide and 5 million records in the UK. Her last single ‘Pandora’s Kiss’ was Top 5 hit in 2003. Louise has released three studio albums to date including the Platinum selling ‘Naked’ (1996), ‘Woman In Me’ (1997) and ‘Elbow Beach’ (2000). In 2001 she released a greatest hits collection ‘Changing Faces – The Best Of Louise’.
In 2018 she returned to music with her ‘Intimate and Live’ comeback tour with the entire run of dates selling out in 3 minutes! In summer 2018 Louise played some of the biggest summer shows in the UK including the legendary Isle of Wight Festival, The Mighty Hoopla, as well as supporting Britney Spears at the Iconic Brighton Pride.