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Hatchie has released a new "crying-in-the-club" tune, check out ‘Stay With Me’

It's from her upcoming album.
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Published: 2:20 pm, April 03, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Hatchie has released a new "crying-in-the-club" tune, check out ‘Stay With Me’

Hatchie has dropped a new cut from her upcoming debut album.

‘Stay With Me’ features on ‘Keepsake’, which will be released on 21st June via Heavenly Recordings.

Of the song, Harriette Pilbeam says: "Stay With Me was written as a writing exercise in an effort to step away from my usual style into something more fun and dancey.

“We originally wrote it with someone else in mind, but realized it was the perfect fit for my album as I wanted to expand into a different sound. It became one of my favourite songs on the record because I'm a sucker for crying-in-the-club tracks."

The album will be accompanied by a short UK tour that kicks off at the Green Door Store in Brighton on 9th June:

JUNE
09 Green Door Store, BRIGHTON
11 The Louisiana, BRISTOL
12 Moth Club, LONDON
13 Yes, MANCHESTER
14 Brudenell Social Club (Heavenly Weekender), LEEDS

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