Harleston singer Breeze Redwine releases follow up single
After racking up almost a quarter of a million plays online, a teenage singer-songwriter from Harleston is hoping for more success with her hotly-anticipated follow-up single.
Never Let You Go – an Americana-inspired, story-telling single – has been released by Breeze Redwine following the enormous success of her guitar-pop debut Money, which pulled in more than 185,000 views on YouTube and a further 60,000 streams on Spotify.
Written by the 18-year-old, in collaboration with songwriters Laurence Hobbs and Max Hosinger, the country-pop (or ‘Norfolk Nashville’) Never Let You Go is described as an ode to the fluidity of relationships.
“You know when you have come to a make-or-break part of a relationship, and you just don’t know what to do,” said Breeze, a former pupil at Archbishop Sancroft High School in Harleston.
“It’s when you listen to your heart – even though your head is telling you no.
“There is so much more pressure on relationships in the challenging times we live in.
“It’s a bit of an anthem to life as it is now. It’s time to explore what makes us happy and go with it.”
The song is the artist’s second since securing a management contract with Stonham Barns Park.
Much of the accompanying music video for the song has also been shot on the grounds of the Suffolk retail park.
Redwine’s Never Let You Go was released on Spotify and YouTube on Friday. The song will also be available to purchase on other services, such as iTunes and Amazon.