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Alma has announced her debut album, 'Have U Seen Her?'

Check out lead single  'Stay All Night'.
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Published: 4:39 pm, March 13, 2020
Alma has announced her debut album, 'Have U Seen Her?'

Alma has announced her debut album, 'Have U Seen Her?'.

The record - originally due last year - will be released on 15th May via RCA Records/Sony Music. The news arrives with a three-song bundle titled 'Have U Seen Her? Part II', which features lead single 'Stay All Night'.

“I wrote this song for myself," she says, "which confuses a lot of people as it feels like it’s for someone else. At the time I really needed some encouragement to be free and not think about the ‘what if’s’ in life. Now when I’m feeling anxious I just ask myself ‘would it really be that f**king bad?’ – maybe I should just stay all night.”

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