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It's been just under a year since the release of her debut single 'Grow' saw her win over critics and audiences alike, and now British singer, Frances, releases a new video for 'Don't Worry About Me', out now on Capitol Records. The Video for 'Don't Worry About Me' can be viewed here
The follow-up to her acclaimed single 'Borrowed Time' (co-written with Howard Lawrence from Disclosure), 'Don't Worry About Me' is a stripped-back confessional that sees the artist's voice take centre-stage once again before building to a euphoric and monumental close. Speaking on the track, Frances says "I wrote this song about someone very close to me. It's my way of saying that it's my turn to be strong and brave for them now, just as they have been for me."
Frances released her debut EP 'Grow' on Communion Records in June. Less than a year later and the young artist has solidified her status as one of 2016's fastest rising stars, sweeping up nominations for both the Brits Critics' Choice and BBC Sound of 2016 poll as well as recently selling out a headline show at Union Chapel. Now, after a string of performances at this year's SxSW & Coachella, Frances releases 'Don't Worry About Me' ahead of her first European headline tour this spring, (including a stop at London's KOKO) as well as confirmed appearances at this year's Coachella, Blissfields, Festival No. 6 and Wildlife Festivals.
09/05 - NORWICH - Arts Centre
11/05 - GLASGOW - Oran Mor
13/05 - MANCHESTER - Deaf Institute
15/05 - BIRMINGHAM - Glee Club
16/05 - GATESHEAD - The Sage 2
18/05 - LONDON – KOKO
19/05 – BRIGHTON – The Great Escape (VEVO Stage)
23/05 - BRISTOL - The Lantern
11/06 – BRIGHTON – Wildlife Festival
01/07 – HAMPSHIRE – Blissfields
04/09 – PORTMEIRION – Festival No.6
18/08 – ST POLTEN – Frequency Festival
11/09 – ISLE OF WIGHT - Bestival
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