Una Healy is set to return to the charts and airwaves with the release of her brilliant new track Swear It All Again. The song is available to stream and download on all major digital partners now and can be listened to here. The video goes live on VEVO from 4pm and can be viewed below.
Una shows off her effortless vocals on Swear It All Again, an effervescent slice of modern country pop. The track was co-written by Una and Rachel Furner (Little Mix, Ward Thomas, Craig David) and produced by Fred Abbott (Tom Chaplin, Charlotte OC). Swear It All Again is the follow up to last year’s release Until You, which hit #1 on the UK country download chart and was a top 5 hit in Ireland. The single sees the Irish singer-songwriter move into her most contemporary lane yet while echoing up-tempo classics from her inspirations Sheryl Crow and Carrie Underwood.
Speaking of the track, Una says “Swear It All Again is all about the mistakes you make when you let your heart win over your mind. It’s about those relationships you keep going back to when you know they’re wrong. I’ve certainly been there – sometimes you need to be disappointed and have your heart broken a few times before you accept it’s time to move on.”
In addition to her new single, Una continues to host the Saturday breakfast show on Bauer’s Country Hits radio station. She also collaborated with Irish Women In Harmony in support of the Safe Ireland domestic abuse charity, scoring a Top 10 hit on the Irish charts and peaking at #1 on the Official Irish Homegrown chart late last year. Away from entertainment, Una has developed and designed her own successful range of shoes, the Una Healy Original Collection, available online here and the S/S 21 collection will launch very soon.
Una released her debut solo album, The Waiting Game, in 2017, and has since worked with some of the world’s most acclaimed songwriters and producers, including Grammy winner Amy Wadge and Ben Earle from The Shires. Una found fame as one fifth of successful girl band The Saturdays who sold over 5 million records worldwide and racked up 13 Top 10 singles and 5 Top 10 albums in just 6 years.