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AMY MACDONALD’S BRAND NEW ALBUM ‘UNDER STARS’ WILL BE RELEASED ON FEBRUARY 17 2017

Amy Macdonald’s brand new album ‘Under Stars’ will be released on February 17th 2017 via Virgin/EMI, her first studio album since 2012. Amy has also announced a 13 date UK tour for 2017 including a night at London’s Royal Albert Hall.  Tickets are on sale 10am today at  http://www.amymacdonald.co.uk/

Of the new album, Amy said – “It’s been about 2 and a half years in the making which is the longest I’ve ever taken with an album. At the time I wanted things to happen quicker but now that it’s finished I’m glad we’ve taken the time; it feels like it’s had the TLC that it deserves.”

An acoustic version of one of the brand new album tracks ‘Down By The Water’, recorded live at RAK studio, is available to watch here: https://youtu.be/u0EgveU6yTc#

Production comes from fellow Scot Cam Blackwood (George Ezra, Florence and the Machine) and additional sessions from production duo My Riot (London Grammar, Birdy).

Still only 29 years old, Amy has released 3 albums and sold over 5 million records worldwide – including 1.5 million here in the UK.

 Amy said “I feel so proud of the songs and am so pleased with the record. There are so many incredible moments and I really feel this record features some of my best work. I’m excited to finally share it with my fans and I believe there is so much that will also appeal to new fans.”

Full track listing:

1. Dream On

2.  Under Stars

3. Automatic

4. Down by The Water

5. Leap of Faith

6: Never Too Late

7: The Rise & Fall

8: Feed My Fire

9: The Contender

10: Prepare to Fall

11: From The Ashes

Amy also announced her first UK tour in 4 years earlier this week, playing a run of 13 dates opening with Bristol and closing with Aberdeen. The tour will take in cities including Birmingham, Manchester, Dublin and includes London’s Royal Albert Hall.

 

Full tour dates:

Tue 28 Mar 2017     Bristol Colston Hall

Wed 29 Mar 2017    York Barbican

Thu 30 Mar 2017     Birmingham Symphony Hall

Sat 01 Apr 2017       Nottingham Royal Concert Hall

Sun 02 Apr 2017     Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre

Mon 03 Apr 2017     London Royal Albert Hall

Wed 05 Apr 2017    Edinburgh Usher Hall

Thu 06 Apr 2017      Manchester Bridgewater Hall

Sat 08 Apr 2017       Liverpool Philarmonic

(Sun 09 Apr 2017    Dublin Olympia Theatre)

Tue 11 Apr 2017      Newcastle City Hall

Wed 12 Apr 2017    Inverness Ironworks

Thu 13 Apr 2017      Aberdeen Beach Ballroom

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