Following her recent single ‘Breaking The Circle’, Sophie Ellis-Bextor has shared a new track ‘Everything Is Sweet’, which is taken from her seventh studio album ‘HANA’ released on 2nd June via Cooking Vinyl. 
A glorious alt-pop track, ‘Everything Is Sweet’ builds through euphoric synths and keys to an impassioned chorus backed by a sentiment of escapism and romance. A Visualiser can be watched here. Sophie says; 

“Everything is Sweet is a song about a fantasy world. There’s someone you want to be with, they haven’t noticed you at all and your mind has concocted a dream world where you and that person are together in a utopia. Throughout the song, I’m trying to lure the one I want to enter into the dreamworld with me.”
Recent single ‘Breaking The Circle’ followed Sophie’s Radio 2 A-Listed single ‘Hypnotized’ with Wuh Oh last year (currently at 2M streams) and her most recent album ‘Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s Kitchen Disco: Live from the London Palladium’, which was also her first live album. ‘Breaking The Circle’ has already been B-Listed at Radio 2 and she also recently shared a remix of the single by Sudlow, which can be listened to here.
Last month, Sophie performed ‘Breaking The Circle’ and her hit single ‘Murder on the Dancefloor’ as well as a cover of Madonna’s ‘Open Your Heart’ alongside the BBC Concert Orchestra for an exclusive BBC Radio 2 Piano Session during Ken Bruce’s Radio 2 show and on BBC Sounds. The full set of performances can be watched here.

Sophie Ellis Bextor performed to packed out crowds at summer festivals last year, including Latitude,Wilderness, Victorious and Wychwood, and will be bringing her Kitchen Disco live show to audiences in the UK this Winter with her Christmas Kitchen Disco tour. She also recently announced an intimate London album launch show on Friday 30th June at Lafayette, which has now sold out. Tickets for her Winter tour are on sale now and full dates are as follows:

Fri 30th: London Lafayette (album launch show) *sold out*
Thur 23rd: Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion 
Fri 24th: Southend Cliffs Pavilion 
Sun 26th: Newcastle City Hall 
Mon 27th: Manchester Bridgewater Hall 
Wed 29th: Cambridge Corn Exchange 
Thu 30th: Ipswich Regent Theatre 
Sat 2nd: Liverpool Philharmonic Hall 
Sun 3rd: Sheffield City Hall 
Tue 5th: London Eventim Apollo 
Wed 6th: Portsmouth Guildhall 
Thu 7th: Guildford G Live 
Sat 9th: Nottingham Royal Concert Hall 
Sun 10th: York Barbican 
Tue 12th: Cardiff St David’s Hall 
Wed 13th: Bristol Beacon
Thu 14th: Birmingham Symphony Hall 

She will also be performing at summer festivals this year, including Latitude, Isle of WightCamp Bestival and Mighty Hoopla, with further performances to be announced soon.

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