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Twinnie Lee Moore’s debut single ‘Cool’ out now!‏

Twinnie Lee Moore’s debut single Cool is out now on TLM Records. It reached number 2 in the iTunes country chart and you can download the track via Amazon and iTunes now.

You can also stream Cool now on Twinnie’s Soundcloud page.

Although known for her role as Porsche McQueen in Hollyoaks, Twinnie is set on making her mark in the world of pop with the release of her debut solo single. Twinnie has already had long connection to music, being part of the group who went on to become The Shires as well as securing her own song writing deal with Universal Publishing. She has spent many years developing and honing her already sought after talents. However it is her acting that she is probably more widely known for, as well as an 18-month stint on UK soap Hollyoaks she has also appeared in a number of West End musicals including Chicago and Rock of Ages.

Her success on stage and on screen has come with critical acclaim, however Twinnie’s heart has always remained with her music as she notes: “while it was fun I always felt it’s not want I really wanted to be doing. I desperately wanted to be an artist”.

On Cool she combines pop and country influences with her beautiful vocals to create a hybrid style which bares similarities to early Taylor Swift. The first track to be released from an as yet unnamed debut EP out in 2016, Cool evokes memories of times gone by, looking back with fondness but also finding them bittersweet, missing those who have maybe drifted away over the course of time.

Cool is out now on TLM Records.

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