As the May 31st release of her new album ‘Believe Me Now?’ approaches, the two-time BRIT Award winner Becky Hill shares her most personal song to date in the shape of ‘True Colours’, which features Self Esteem.

Lyrically, ‘True Colours’ is a first-hand account of experiencing a sexual assault by somebody you trust and your friends not believing you. Becky Hill has translated that into a song which simmers with empowerment, defiance and self-care. But this isn’t a song of being a victim: it’s an uplifting anthem that Becky hopes will encourage other women to speak out against sexual assault.

Becky invited Self Esteem to perform on the track, as the two women share similar beliefs and agendas, and are fans of each other’s work.

‘True Colours’ is indicative of the soaring honesty that pulsates throughout ‘Believe Me Now?’, which is by far Becky’s most personal and authentic work to date. Covering experiences spanning love to loneliness, from life-affirming bonds to betrayal, it’s an ambitious album in which Becky dares to reveal snapshots from her own story. Bolstered by an array of top tier collaborators, it’s a set which is informed by her lifelong dedication to dance music culture while maintaining the instant appeal that has generated six UK Top 10 hits and seven US Dance Radio #1 smashes.

‘Believe Me Now?’ is available to pre-order / pre-save HERE, and also features the recent singles ‘Side Effects’,‘Disconnect’ (with Chase & Status), ‘Never Be Alone’ (with Sonny Fodera), ‘Outside of Love’ and ‘Right Here’.

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