Twinnie releases new single, ‘I Love You Now Change’ taken from her forthcoming debut album, ‘Hollywood Gypsy’, out on 17th April on BMG. Like Twinnie, it’s addictive and full of attitude.
“This song was inspired by conflict, two people not being on the same page,” Twinnie says “it is something I can really relate to, not only in my love life, but also the pressures you can face as a new artist in the music industry.”
Recorded between London, Nashville and Sweden, ‘Hollywood Gypsy’ is a pop-country masterclass. The album is full of catchy, yet emotive tunes brimming with a charming lyrical honesty that draws you into Twinnie’s world. Speaking of the album Twinnie said: “The title of the album pretty much sums me up. I am a traveler by nature and by heritage, so I am quite free. ‘Hollywood Gypsy’ is about me, my life.”
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Twinnie, rising country singer-songwriter at 31, has been learning the ropes in Nashville and making her name at Country2Country’s showcases at Berlin, Munich, Cologne and London this month as she releases her debut EP, Better When I’m Drunk, after signing to the major label BMG.
“I’ve been on stage all my life; it’s the only thing I know,” says Twinnie, who took her first steps at Isobel Dunn’s dance school in York.”So whether it’s theatre, music, film, TV, I’ve been doing it since I was four. ”
Living in Haxby Road at the time, she left the Joseph Rowntree School to study dance and musical theatre for three years at Phil Winston’s Theatre Works in Blackpool. By 21, she was starring as Velma in Chicago, playing the Grand Opera House on tour in 2009 and becoming the show’s poster girl on the London Underground for the London production.