Following the recent announcement of Anne-Marie’s third album ‘UNHEALTHY’, set for release on 28 July, the Essex-born star and Shania Twain have teamed-up for their single of the same name, which is out now on Major Toms/Asylum (listen here). To coincide with the news, Anne-Marie has announced a UK and Ireland headline tour for November 2023 that’ll include a date at London’s The O2.

Anne-Marie featuring Shania Twain’s ‘UNHEALTHY’, produced by Conor and Riley McDonough (Jonas Brothers, Joji, John Legend), is the perfect pop/country tonic. Anne-Marie had always wanted to write a country-influenced song and decided that her upcoming third album would be the perfect home for just that.  Being a lifetime fan of Shania – The Queen of country/pop herself – Anne Marie slid into her DMs earlier in the year and suggested the collaboration. Fast forward to March ‘23, the two chart topping women met in London and recorded the track.

Pulling from all parts of her life, Anne-Marie’s third album ‘UNHEALTHY’ offers us a sneak peek into her perfectly imperfect world. Penned over a period when she felt ready to revisit and try and make sense of a host of raw, past relationships whilst also learning to process positive new ones, the new album takes us on a journey from chaos to contentment; this is Anne-Marie standing tall, embracing an all-new version of herself that’s fiercer, bolder, and more blissfully happy than ever before.

Bridging topics of sadness, anger, joy, rebellion, and euphoria, UNHEALTHY is Anne-Marie living out her highs and lows on her own terms. Over the album’s thirteen tracks, gutsy, empowerment anthems (‘Trainwreck’, ‘Grudge’) run alongside tender, vulnerable streaks (‘Kills Me To Love You’, ‘You & I’) and guitar-fuelled angst (‘Haunt You’). Written and recorded alongside Kamille, McDonough Brothers, BillenTed, Evan Blair, and Nami, the album includes features from Aitch (‘Psycho’), Khalid (‘You & I’) and, of course, Shania Twain (‘Unhealthy’).

To date, Anne-Marie has achieved seven UK ‘Top 10’ singles (including ‘Psycho’ feat. Aitch, which features on the new album), two ‘Top 3’ albums and seven billion global streams. Most recently, Anne-Marie collaborated with David Guetta and Coi Leray on ‘Baby Don’t Hurt Me’.

Anne-Marie’s upcoming arena tour follows on from her triumphant, standalone headline show at London’s Wembley Arena last year. Full pre-sale/general sale information can be found above.


20 Nov                   Cardiff, UK                                           Cardiff International Area
23 Nov                   Dublin, Ireland                                    3Arena
25 Nov                   Birmingham, UK                                 Utilita Arena
26 Nov                   Manchester, UK                                  Manchester Arena
29 Nov                   London, UK                                         The O2

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