With just a little bit more than a week to go before the whole collection is released, she’s now shared ‘Car Park’, one of the last tracks she wrote for the album. Speaking of the track in a press release, Fenne offered: “I’ll be the first to admit that my songs are far from uplifting, but while ‘Car Park’ chronicles yet another period of false hope and turmoil, it was written following the realisation that damaging patterns are enabled and suffered by the passive”.
She continued: “I cannot and will not blame my heartache on anyone but myself, so this isn’t a song about pain, it’s a song about power; about putting the ball in your own court; about knowing when to wave goodbye to the things that make you ache in order to make space for those that help you grow”.
Fenne’s also set to kick off a wider European run in support of her debut album with a string of UK dates throughout April. The shows kick off in Cardiff and round off in Bristol.
Listen to ‘Car Park’ and see all of Fenne’s upcoming headline UK and Ireland dates below.
06 Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
07 Southampton, Heartbreakers
09 Brighton, The Hope & Ruin
10 London, Moth Club
11 Manchester, Soup Kitchen
12 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
13 Glasgow, Stereo
15 Dublin, The Sound House
17 Bristol, Thekla
Photo: Hollie Fernando
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