Anna Calvi unveils new track 'Suddenly' – listen

Singer's new album 'One Breath' is out on October 7

Anna Calvi unveils new track 'Suddenly' – listen

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Anna Calvi has unveiled a new track titled 'Suddenly' – scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to listen.

The song is taken from the singer's forthcoming new album 'One Breath', which is set for release on October 7, and is the second track to be previewed ahead of the LP's release after Calvi unveiled the video for lead single 'Eliza' last month – you can watch the promo clip, which sees her braving the elements as she runs through a forest, by clicking at the bottom of the page.

'One Breath' will be Calvi's second studio album and the follow-up to her self-titled 2011 debut. Speaking previously to NME about the record, she 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'




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