Twinnie Performs ‘I Love You Now Change’ Exclusively for BBC Introducing York

Following the success of her debut album ‘Hollywood Gypsy’ which dropped Friday, April 17th and became the highest new entry on the Official UK Country Album Chart debuting at number 3. Country star Twinnie has shared an exclusive live performance of hit single ‘I Love You Now Change’

The new acoustic rendition of the empowering anthem is part of the Solitude Sessions from BBC Introducing York and allows live music to still play a part in our daily lives during the ongoing UK lockdown due to the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Joining Twinnie whom hails from York for her stripped back version is Lawson’s Joel Peat on guitar and session musician Thomas Farmer aka Thommy Donuts on the keyboard.

The video performance is pulled together via live video feeds from separate computers as the artists continue to isolate in their homes, and are currently unable to join each other as they normally would.

Twinnie once again delivers a soaring vocal that shines a light on her incredible control and range as she strips the song back to its core.

Her voice is one of the strongest you’re ever likely to hear and with the production stripped away for this new Radio session she lays bare the strength she possesses as a performer to hit new notes not heard in the original.

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Written by Laura Klonowski

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