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NAOMI SCOTT REVEALS NEW SONG ‘FOOL’

Naomi Scott has unveiled her new song ‘Fool’, which is taken from her forthcoming EP Promises. The track is the second to be taken from the EP, following ‘Lover’s Lies’, which received critical acclaim. LISTEN HERE

Naomi is a musician and actress hailing from London. Her acting credentials speak for themselves, having recently appeared with Matt Damon in The Martian, one of the highest grossing films worldwide in 2015. She has also recently finished filming a starring role in the eagerly anticipated Power Rangers movie reboot, where she plays Kimberly, the Pink Ranger.

Music has always been a driving passion of Naomi’s. She is a truly independent artist, choosing to release without a label in order to maintain control of every aspect of her music. Much of her new EP was recorded at home in the UK, but she also writes and records while she’s away filming, in her spare time.

Naomi began her music career in 2009, after being discovered by Eternal’s Kelle Bryan. In the same year, she started working with pop powerhouse Xenomania, and under the leadership of Brian Higgins and Miranda Cooper, cut her teeth and perfected her songwriting craft.

Naomi released her debut EP Invisible Division in 2014. In 2015, Naomi’s song ’Hear The Bellswas used for DeLeón Tequila’s North American digital advertising campaign, which premiered and was frequently showcased during AMC’s Mad Men.

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