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29 March 2024

Leigh-Anne Shares New Single, ‘Stealin’ Love’: Listen

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Leigh-Anne Pinnock has shared her latest solo single, Stealin’ Love.

The track follows on from the former Little Mix star’s debut solo single Don’t Say Love and My Love, and is expected to feature on her highly anticipated debut album.

Talking about the release, Leigh-Anne explains: “’Stealin’ Love’ speaks to those times when you feel like you are pouring so much love into someone and not getting what you need back. I think it’s incredibly powerful to be open and honest about these moments.”

Of the upcoming album, she explained recently: “I’ve been writing & recording so much working on my album but while making it, I’ve made a collection of songs that fit together in their own world. The first song is coming next week and then I’ll be sharing more new music in the following weeks. Sh*t’s about to get very real…”

Last year, she hinted that her debut solo album might be a 2024 release. “[It’s] coming together quicker than I think anyone thought, which is good. I reckon next year for sure. Because I want to tour like I want to perform, I belong on stage.”

“I always used to say: ‘Should I feel like this, having accomplished my dream?’” Pinnock told The Guardian last year, reflecting on her former band’s success. “Why do I feel like I might as well not be here sometimes? Why does it feel like I’m not being noticed? Why do I feel invisible? Why am I not appreciated like the others? It just didn’t feel right.”

“Five years ago we had no plans to go solo. We loved the group, we thought we were going to be in Little Mix for ever,” she went on to say. “But after so long, you do start to wonder what it would be like to do something of your own, I guess. I can write whatever I want to and do whatever I want to do.”

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