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Emeli Sandé Announces New Single And EP

Emeli Sandé has released her new single ‘Starlight’ taken from her latest EP ‘Kingdom Coming’, which is due for release on 03 November 2017.

The song is produced by Illangelo, who has also worked with the likes of The Weeknd and Drake. The new track will no doubt be added to the set-list on Emeli’s upcoming UK arena tour, kicking off in October with stops in Manchester, Newcastle, Glasgow as well as a huge London show at The O2 Arena.

Emeli Sandé commented on her new release saying, “‘Starlight’ is a true reflection of where I am at in my life at the moment – making music that truly makes me happy and falling in love with it again. Falling in love is such a magical feeling and I have tried my best to represent that in the words and music of this song.”


After making her mark as a songwriter in the UK urban music scene via acts such as Wiley, Wretch 32 and Chip, the talented multi-instrumentalist soon became highly sought-after on a global scale as she began working with big international stars including Alicia Keys, Rihanna and Katy Perry.

Not only did her critically acclaimed number one record ‘Our Version Of Events’ become the biggest selling album of 2012 and second biggest selling album of 2013, but it was also certified 7x platinum and spent seven non-consecutive weeks at No.1. This exceeded The Beatles’ previous record by spending 63 consecutive weeks in the top 10 and selling over 4.6 million copies worldwide.

Emeli’s second studio album didn’t disappoint either, in fact ‘Long Live The Angels’ became the biggest selling album from a UK female released in 2016. She then went on to take home ‘Best Female’ at the 2017 Brit Awards (her fourth win to date!) and was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2017 Birthday Honours for her services to music.

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