Blue, aka Antony Costa, Duncan James, Lee Ryan, and Simon Webbe, are back and are quickly regaining their place as one of the UK’s biggest and best pop bands. Their new album Heart & Soul is out 28th October and ahead of the release they reveal their next single, the title track Heart & Soul. Listen here.

The carefree, party-ready title track, co-written by MNEK, is destined to become a future live favourite on their forthcoming live tour. Speaking of the pulsating dance bop, produced by Shift K3Y, Blue added: “We’re big fans of MNEK’s songwriting and production and he’s done incredible work for the LGBTQ+ community too. Duncan reached out to him on Instagram saying that we’d love to work with him and he replied saying he had a track for us. As soon we heard it, we loved it and we knew instantly that we couldn’t wait to perform it”.

Later this month, the four-piece release their sixth album, Heart & Soul. A celebration of everything that made the band special during their heyday, it’s an album that both nods to the past while pushing things forward. Heart & Soul is set for release on October 28th and features ten tracks of not only cheeky, playful pop bangers and huge dancefloor moments but also continues Blue’s penchant for aching ballads and swooning mid-tempos. Heart & Soul can be pre-ordered now by visiting and will be available on CD, Vinyl and Cassette, as well as on all digital platforms.

From the forthcoming record, they have previously released the brilliant single Haven’t Found You Yet which was added straight to the A List at BBC Radio 2 and was one of the most played songs in the country– listen here / watch the video hereDance With Me, a cover of 112’s flirtatious 2001 R&B classic – listen here and Magnetic, a heartfelt ballad that shows off their top tier vocals and harmonies – listen here.

Following the album release, Blue will tour the UK with 12 arena dates around the country. Megan McKenna and B*Witched will feature as special guests and it will no doubt be a show not to be missed. Get your tickets here

UK Tour Dates

Sunday 4th December – Cardiff Motorpoint Arena

Monday 5th December – Manchester AO Arena

Wednesday 7th December – Leeds First Direct Arena

Friday 9th December – Birmingham Resorts World Arena

Sunday 11th December – Liverpool M&S Bank Arena

Monday 12th December – Brighton Centre

Tuesday 13th December – London The O2

Thursday 15th December – Bournemouth International Centre

Friday 16th December – Nottingham Motorpoint Arena

Sunday 18th December – Aberdeen P&J Live

Monday 19th December – Glasgow OVO Hydro

Tuesday 20th December – Newcastle Utilita Arena

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