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Scottish singer-songwriter Amy Macdonald has just released brand new single Dream On, taken from her forthcoming album Under Stars. You can listen to it here.
As reported on AAA recently, Macdonald will soon embark on her first UK tour in four years, which includes a visit to Edinburgh’s Usher Hall on Wednesday, 5 April.
Dream On showcases the singer’s powerful voice and was an early standout track throughout the writing process of the album.
“It’s obviously quite bleak as people try get over the Christmas hangover, so it’s brilliant to have such an upbeat song for January,” says Macdonald.
The single is available digitally to stream and download today.
New album Under Stars is released on February 17, and fans who pre-order the album will be able to download the new single immediately alongside an acoustic version of Down by the Water.
Pre-order here – www.amymacdonald.co.uk
“I feel so proud of the songs and am so pleased with the record,” says Macdonald. “There are so many incredible moments and I really feel this record features some of my best work. I’m excited to finally share it with my fans and I believe there is so much that will also appeal to new fans”.
Still only 29 years old, Macdonald has released three albums and sold over five million records worldwide – including 1.5 million here in the UK.
She has performed to over three million people across the world and spent this summer splitting her time between the recording studio and headlining festivals across Europe.
Full tour dates:
Tue 28 Mar 2017 Bristol Colston Hall
Wed 29 Mar 2017 York Barbican
Thu 30 Mar 2017 Birmingham Symphony Hall
Sat 01 Apr 2017 Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Sun 02 Apr 2017 Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre
Mon 03 Apr 2017 London Royal Albert Hall
Wed 05 Apr 2017 Edinburgh Usher Hall
Thu 06 Apr 2017 Manchester Bridgewater Hall
Sat 08 Apr 2017 Liverpool Philarmonic
(Sun 09 Apr 2017 Dublin Olympia Theatre)
Tue 11 Apr 2017 Newcastle City Hall
Wed 12 Apr 2017 Inverness Ironworks
Thu 13 Apr 2017 Aberdeen Beach Ballroom