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Alan Power has announced a new album with a video for recent single, 'Breathe In, Breathe Out'

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Published: 10:49 pm, September 24, 2020
Alan Power has announced a new album with a video for recent single, 'Breathe In, Breathe Out'

Alan Power has released a video for his recent single, 'Breathe In, Breathe Out'.

It's a cut from upcoming album 'Songs To Break America' - the follow-up to 2019 debut 'Greatest Hits Vol.1' - due for release 6th November exclusively on Bandcamp.

He's using the song to raise money for charity too, with proceeds going to Dorothy House, which offers end of life care to patients and support for their families.

He explains: "I wrote this song last year as a commentary on what I saw as the commodification of things like ‘wellness’ and ‘lifestyle'. A year or so on, it chimes with the times in a way that I could never have anticipated. With fear and anxiety playing such a big part in our daily lives, I hope this song can provide the odd moment of calm.

"I’ve decided to donate the proceeds to a hospice local to where I live, Dorothy House. They are a force of good in our community, looking after the elderly and the sick so I hope I am able to contribute something in this time of need."

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