British singer/songwriter Twinnie returns with her first taste of new music in more than a year via the anthemic pop crossover single ‘Cool’. The track is a bold statement of intent from an artist showcasing her eclectic soundscape. 

The latest offering from the award-winning performer sees her stepping out of the country music realms and more into the mainstream pop world, but the storytelling element remains and so does her natural twang. 

‘Cool’ is acting as the launchpad of a new version of Twinnie’s 2020 debut album ‘Hollywood Gypsy’ which releases on the same day, with the project offering listeners yet another dimension to the hit-filled pop-country soundtrack. 

The release of this stellar anthem marks the start of an exhilarating new era for Twinnie who is currently gearing up for her first UK headline tour which comes on the back of a Nashville songwriting trip where she penned songs for a forthcoming US EP release. 

Speaking about ‘Cool’, Twinnie states: “It’s a hopeful break-up song. It’s about being hopeful for a relationship that’s not quite done yet. It’s in that stage of maybe one day everything will be ok and it’ll work out, even if we’re not together right now.” 

‘Hollywood Gypsy’ emerged in the early days of the lockdown era – an immensely challenging time to launch a new album, especially for an emerging artist. “The accomplishments we achieved during the pandemic was testament to the songs themselves,” begins Twinnie, beaming with hope for a future that is bright again. “But the downside was that I couldn’t go on tour and celebrate it with the people who had been a part of the journey.” 

16 months on and it’s once again Twinnie’s time to shine. She’s finally able to take those songs on the road, with an upcoming eight-date UK tour that will have sold out long before she packs her bags. Confessing to equal amounts of “nerves and excitement” it’s sure to be an experience that makes up for lost time: reconnecting with the musical telepathy and camaraderie she has with her bandmates, and hearing the roar of an audience singing back to her. 

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