Premiered on BBC 1Xtra, this is yet another step in the right direction for Rachel, who has been going from strength to strength recently signing to Marathon Artists.
Letting her playful side shine through, the track is honest and confessional, flawlessly delivered with her smooth and confident vocals.
This release sees Rachel gear up toward her biggest headline show to date, which is fast approaching on 5thJune at London’s Moth Club. Her previous dates at The Lexington and Paper Dress Vintage both sold out, so this is set to be a big night.
Rachel is also set with a run of festival appearances this summer including Field Day and Dot to Dot.
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