Duffy Ends The Wait For New Album ‘Endlessly’
BRIT Award- and Grammy-winning Welsh songstress Duffy will release her sophomore album Endlessly on November 29 in the UK, said an announcement on her website today. So far there’s no news of a domestic drop date. And, funky drum roll, please—the “Mercy” singer’s first single off the LP, “Well, Well, Well,” will feature Late Night With Jimmy Fallon house band The Roots on rhythm section.
Says Duffy’s site, “Written and recorded in New York and London over the past year, the album has formed a unique partnership between veteran writer Albert Hammond and the singer herself.”
Here are a couple jams Albert Hammond has penned:
Whitney Houston’s 1988 Olympics theme “One Moment In Time.”
Leo Sayer’s 1976 UK and U.S. chart topper, “When I Need You.”
The Hollies’ 1974 ballad “The Air That I Breathe,” which later featured on the soundtrack to The Virgin Suicides.
Duffy’s site notes that additional songs on the album include “Endlessly”, “My Boy”, “Don’t Forsake Me”, “Lovestruck” and “Breath Away.”