She's been delighting old and new fans alike throughout 2019 with brand new music, now Louise returns with her third single of the year, 'Not The Same'.
‘Not The Same' is a true pop stormer, featuring the London House Gospel Choir, co-written and produced by Danny Shah and Sky Adams who recently wrote 'Dancing' and 'Stop Me From Falling' for Kylie Minogue.
Louise says: "Not The Same is a personal favourite of mine from the album. It's got a little nod to the first Eternal album. I knew when recording it I wanted a big gospel element to it and was so excited to have the London House Gospel Choir be part of it.
Lyrically, this song is all about empowerment taking control after reading the signs that something might not be the same anymore."
Listen and watch the lyric video here:
Louise will release her first new album in 18 years 'Heavy Love' in January next year. Recorded in Sweden, London and LA, she has worked on the album with a sensational collection of music luminaries including Clean Bandit, RAYE, Eg White, Sinead Harnett and Karen Poole.
Louise premiered the first song from the album 'Stretch' in March, a slick slice of mid-paced electric funk pop song that was playlisted at Radio 2 and won praise from pop fans and critics across the country.
The second single 'Lead Me On' was another airplay hit this Summer, after being A- listed at Radio 2 for four weeks, alongside TV performances on The One Show, Lorraine and Sunday Brunch.
Louise rose to fame as one quarter of pop supergroup Eternal, the first girl band ever to sell over 1 million copies of an album with their 1993 debut ‘Always & Forever’.
As a solo artist Louise had 18 consecutive top solo 20 singles, 6 with Eternal and 12 Solo. Her debut solo album 'Naked' sold over 1 million copies and overall she has sold over 15 million records worldwide and 5 million records in the UK. Her last single 'Pandora’s Kiss' was Top 5 hit in 2003. Louise has released three studio albums to date including the Platinum selling 'Naked' (1996), 'Woman In Me' (1997) and 'Elbow Beach' (2000). In 2001 she released a greatest hits collection ‘Changing Faces - The Best Of Louise’.
In 2018 she returned to music with her 'Intimate and Live' comeback tour with the entire run of dates selling out in 3 minutes! In summer 2018 Louise played some of the biggest summer shows in the UK including the legendary Isle of Wight Festival, The Mighty Hoopla, as well as supporting Britney Spears at the Iconic Brighton Pride.
2020 will see Louise return to the road on a UK tour, dates below.
Thu 12 Southampton 1865
Sat 14 Cardiff Tramshed
Sun 15 Bristol SWX
Mon 16 Birmingham Institute
Wed 18 Nottingham Rock City
Thu 19 Manchester O2 Ritz
Sat 21 Leeds Beckett Uni
Sun 22 Glasgow SWG3
Mon 23 Newcastle Boilershop
Wed 25 Cambridge Junction
Thu 26 London Shepherd’s Bush Empire