Frances announces her new single, Borrowed Time

Frances came out of nowhere and impressed us earlier this year and already has two excellent EPs under her belt. Now we have her new single, 'Borrowed Time', which is available to buy from 15th January. Can't wait that long? Listen to it here now!



After an incredible six months that's seen her win critics and crowds alike, Frances prepares to release new single 'Borrowed Time', impacting on Capitol Records this January 15th.

Written with Howard Lawrence from Disclosure in his garden studio at home in London, 'Borrowed Time' is a special collaboration from the 22-year-old soulstress that sees her trademark gorgeous silky vocals and emotive minimal piano chords twist and wrap around an explosive, glittery chorus that's sure to win the hearts of fans and new listeners alike.

Speaking on the track, she says ""It was amazing to write Borrowed Time with Howard. We were able to create something that stretched me and introduced me to new ways I can use my voice and my sound. It's also a song we both relate to so that made the writing process so rewarding." .

With two critically-lauded EP's to her name, Frances has quickly built a reputation as one of the most exciting new voices to emerge from the UK. Fresh off the back of her in-demand first headline tour (including three sold-out London dates) as well as a memorable rendition of Justin Bieber's 'What Do You Mean' on BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge, the young British crooner is quickly cementing her reputation as the next British voice to be heard across the globe.


Frances is also currently on tour and playing the following dates...

18th November - TORONTO – Sound Academy*
20th November - TORONTO – Riviera Theatre*
21st November – MINNEAPOLIS – State Theatre*
23rd November – NEW YORK CITY – Rockwood*
18th Feb – LONDON - Union Chapel

* Supporting James Bay

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