Will Young has unveiled the video for his comeback single ‘Love Revolution’.
The track is the singer’s first in four years following the release of his 2011 album ‘Echoes’. You can watch the video by clicking below.
It is the first single to be taken from his forthcoming sixth album ‘85% Proof’, which is due for release on May 25. The LP is being produced by previous collaborator Jim Eliot and comes as the first release following his move to new label Island Records.
‘Love Revolution’ will precede the LP on May 18.
Young recently unveiled the artwork for his new album on Instagram where he posted the image in nine separate segments.
Young’s debut single ‘Evergreen’/’Anything Is Possible’ was crowned the biggest selling single of the 21st century in 2012.
The track, was originally released in February 2002 after Young won Pop Idol.
All five of the original Pop Idol’s records have been certified platinum or higher, with his second LP ‘Friday’s Child’ (2003) hitting the 5x Platinum mark.
At the time he said: “I don’t think Rihanna is a massively great role model for women, her lyrics aren’t empowering. She’s a brilliant pop star and recording artist but her lyrics are not empowering – young girls have to listen to those lyrics.
“I saw Rihanna kissing a girl in one of her videos [‘S&M’] and I thought who is this for? If you’re going to do it just go the whole way like Madonna did and have sex on a bed.
“Women in a patriarchal society should be empowering and owning their bodies, I don’t think Rihanna is. I feel quite strongly about this.”