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Anna Of The North has confirmed her new album 'Dream Girl', and it's coming this October

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Published: 10:26 am, September 04, 2019
Anna Of The North has confirmed her new album 'Dream Girl', and it's coming this October

Anna Of The North has confirmed her new album 'Dream Girl'.

Due on 25th October via Play It Again Sam, it's the follow-up to her 2017 debut 'Lovers', and arrives alongside the title-track. The release will also feature recent singles, ‘Leaning On Myself’, ‘Used To Be’ and ‘Thank Me Later’.

The record will see Anna "exploring what it means to be a woman in the present day," the blurb explains, "how your romantic relationships don’t have to define who you are and ultimately, that being content standing on your own two feet is the most important thing."

Check out 'Dream Girl' below, and catch her live at Heaven in London on 6th November.

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