Duffy Warns “Don’t Forsake Me” On New ‘Endlessly’ Track

Robbie Daw | December 7, 2010 8:46 am

A week after its release overseas, Duffy’s sophomore album Endlessly is out today here in the States. But if you’re looking for a bit more of a taste of the LP than lead single “Well, Well, Well”, head below to hear the track “Don’t Forsake Me”, which finds the Welsh chanteuse sounding—what else—decidedly lovely and retro. Like most of Endlessly, “Don’t Forsake Me” was written by Albert Hammond. “All the judging and all the disarray, you keep on trying me but you’re only pushing me away,” Duffy sings on the love-weary track.

[wpaudio url=”//idolator.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/05-Dont-Forsake-Me.mp3″ text=”Duffy – Don’t Forsake Me” dl=”0″] Are you feeling the same spark from Endlessly that Duffy ignited with Rockferry—the album that went on to garner the 26-year-old singer a Grammy and three Brit Awards (including Best British Album)?