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Brooke Bentham has announced her debut album, 'Everyday Nothing'

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Published: 11:36 am, November 21, 2019
Brooke Bentham has announced her debut album, 'Everyday Nothing'

Brooke Bentham has announced her debut album, 'Everyday Nothing'.

Due for release on 28th February, the news arrives alongside her track 'Perform For You', and will be accompanied by a March headline tour. Brooke's also on tour with Sam Fender this mon for a run that includes two nights at London's Brixton Academy in December.

“It’s like surrendering to something," she says of the song, "even though you know it’s never going to work, realising you’re so dependent on someone and knowing your presence in that relationship. It’s love in the worst way.

“‘Perform For You’ is probably my favourite, because it reminds me of lots of the music I love. Once we’d recorded that, I knew we were making an album. Musically it was exactly where I wanted to be.”

Have a listen to 'Perform For You' below, and catch her on the road next spring:

MARCH
14 Whelan’s, Dublin
16 Yes, Manchester
18 The Crofters Rights, Bristol
19 Omeara, London

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