A real-world Romany traveler with a gypsy heart and a storyteller’s soul, Twinnie today releases the heart-breaking but relatable track “One Heart.” Speaking to the gut-wrenching feeling of unrequited love, Twinnie channels her exquisite storytelling into emotionally driven lyrics, calling out that “it only takes one heart to break two.” Listen HERE. Watch the official video HERE.
“‘One Heart’ is the catalyst for what’s to come,” says Twinnie. “It is the heartbreak song and the heartbeat of my upcoming project. What I like most about it is that it represents the person who’s responsible for the breakdown of a relationship. It goes back to that core belief that it takes two people to make a relationship work, but it only takes one to break both hearts.”
Produced by Grammy nominated Ben Johnson (David Guetta, Bebe Rexa), Johnny Reno and Twinnie the second part of Twinnie’s four-part journey to self-love and acceptance for all, “One Heart” follows the release of celebratory track, “Welcome To The Club” that Country Swag declared “an absolute anthem” and Billboard praised as the “perfect dancefloor-ready, uplifting and inclusive pop-country anthem.”
‘Welcome To The Club’ and ‘One Heart’ build upon the success of Twinnie’s debut album ‘Hollywood Gypsy’, which was named as Radio 2’s Album of the Week and earned upbeat comparisons with Taylor Swift and Shania Twain. They are the first tastes from her upcoming collection of songs that will continue to drop over the course of this spring and summer. The full project along with accompanying music videos will combine to create a stand-alone film and emotional story of self-acceptance that explores the different emotions we all go through, from feeling like an outsider and hiding our true feelings to embracing ourselves and accepting each other for who we are.
Written by Twinnie, Lostboy (Tom Grennen, Mimi Webb, Anne Marie, Griff ), Alex Stacey (Ella Henderson, Hrvy ), Rupart “Ruxley” Blackman (laconic), Laura Welsh (Carla Monroe), and Ben Johnson, “One Heart” is available now.