Anna Calvi debuts 'Eliza' video – watch

Track is lead single from new album 'One Breath

Anna Calvi debuts 'Eliza' video – watch

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Anna Calvi has debuted the video for her new single 'Eliza' – scroll down to the bottom of the page and click play to watch.

The track, the video of which sees the singer braving the elements as she runs through a forest, is the lead single from the singer's forthcoming new album 'One Breath'. The LP, which is the follow-up to her self-titled 2011 debut, will be released on October 7.

Speaking to NME recently, Calvi revealed that the album was inspired by her feelings of a lack of control. "It's a huge part of what life is, having no control," she said. "How terrifying that is, but then soothing too - that's what love is about, what death is about, the whole thing is about not being in control. It seems to be something that always comes back in my writing, and it's expressed a lot on this record."

The tracklisting to 'One Breath' is as follows:

'Suddenly'
'Eliza'
'Piece By Piece'
'Cry'
'Sing To Me'
'Tristan'
'One Breath'
'Love Of My Life'
'Carry Me Over'
'Bleed Into Me'
'The Bridge'

Anna Calvi will debut material from 'One Breath' at a series of dates in September in Milan, Paris, Berlin and a sold-out show at Wilton's Music Hall in London on September 12. She will also play London's Islington Assembly Hall on October 8.

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