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Fletcher has released her brilliant new break-up tune, 'One Too Many'

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Published: 2:17 pm, November 15, 2019
Fletcher has released her brilliant new break-up tune, 'One Too Many'

Fletcher has shared her new pop hit, 'One Too Many'.

A break-up tune about being really sick of someone's face, it sees Fletcher spit out some very relatable ill-wishes, like "I hope you drop and shatter your phone" and "I hope your favourite bar shuts down".

The song arrives ahead of her support dates with Niall Horan and Lewis Capaldi, too, which will see her performing in North America next spring.

In the meantime, you can hear 'One Too Many' below.

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