Duffy announces details of 'Rockferry' follow-up
Friday 17 September 2010
Welsh singer-songwriter Duffy is planning a November release for the follow-up to her Grammy-winning debut album
Rockferry, according to a September 16 announcement. Called
Endlessly, the new LP will include a single featuring The Roots that will be released a week prior to the November 29 full-album release.
Duffy reportedly worked on the album with Albert Hammond, who has written songs including "When I Need You," "The Air That I Breathe," and "To All The Girls I've Loved Before" (and is also the father of The Strokes guitarist of the same name).
The first single from Endlessly, "Well, Well, Well," features hip-hop band The Roots and is due out November 21. Other songs on the album include the title track, "My Boy," "Don't Forsake Me," "Lovestruck," and "Breath Away."
Duffy's 2008 debut album has sold more than 6.5 million copies worldwide, won three BRIT Awards and one Grammy, and was the UK's best-selling album of 2008.
Pre-order Endlessly at: http://www.iamduffy.com
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