Heather Small Announces First Album In 16 Years
Heather Small has announced her new album, titled Colour My Life, for release on 29 July on Warners. The album will be the former M People singer’s first in 16 years. Meanwhile, her new single, Love Me Or Not, was premiered on Zoe Ball’s Radio 2 show this morning (26 April). Colour My Life is available to pre-order here.
Heather, has teamed up with award-winning producer Rupert Christie and the London Metropolitan Orchestra to reimagine all of her Top 10 hits, taking in her career with M People as well as singles from her solo career.
There are also songs that Heather has recorded for the first time, in the form of the beautiful rendition of Paul Weller’s You Do Something To Me, her new single Love Me Or Not, and a collaboration with Alfie Boe on the track Don’t Look Any Further.
Heather Small is one of the most distinctive British female vocalists of all time. She began her pop career as a teenager in Hot House, before becoming the voice of M People, one of the world’s biggest dance acts which went on to sell tens of millions of albums worldwide, winning numerous Brits and a Mercury along the way. She launched her solo career at the turn of the millennium with Proud, which has gone on to feature in The Oprah Winfrey Show and Queer As Folk, as well as performing at London’s 2012 Olympics.
Heather has just completed a sell-out tour across the UK and will continue to treat fans to performances throughout the summer. Not only will she be gracing the stage at Bestival, Splendour, The Isle of Wight Festival, Unlocked and many more but has also been chosen as a special guest to perform as part of The National Lottery’s Big Jubilee Street Party at Manchester’s AO Arena – which will be televised on ITV around the Jubilee Bank Holiday.