Katrina Leskanich has announced that she is to release a new album this year.
The singer who won the contest for the UK in 1997 said that she will release her new album on 28th August.
If you can’t wait that long, Katrina will also be releasing one of the singles on the album ‘Drive’ on 24th July, with the first airplay on BBC Radio 2.
More than excited to tell you that my brand new single DRIVE will get its first airplay on the Ken Bruce show on BBC Radio2 on Friday 24th July #worldexclusive @RealKenBruce pic.twitter.com/VFWgemhBOg— Katrina from Katrina & The Waves (@KatrinasWeb) July 14, 2020
****NEW ALBUM release date 28th August— Katrina from Katrina & The Waves (@KatrinasWeb) July 13, 2020
****NEW SINGLE ~ DRIVE ~ releas 24th July pic.twitter.com/ttWiwE5kJr
As we announced in February, Katrina planned to submit a song to represent the UK at this year’s Eurovision. It is as yet unknown if this is the same song that will be released on 24th July, but ESC Bubble have reached out to Katrina’s management to find out.
Katrina previously planned to release her album back in spring this year, but due to COVID-19 some studio sessions for the album had to be postponed.
You can see Katrina’s performance at the 1997 Eurovision Song Contest below:
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