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Scarlette Fever Announces New Single Sunday Best - Listen Here

Tuesday, 06 August 2013 Written by Jon Stickler

Scarlette Fever will release her new single, Sunday Best, on September 23 as a forerunner to her upcoming ''Single White Female' EP.

Sunday Best was written by Scarlette with long-term collaborator and guitarist Chris Moorhead alongside keyboard player, Angie Pollock (who has worked alongside Goldfrapp and Dave Stewart).

Scarlette Fever came to the fore in 2011 and has been building a solid fan base following support tours with Caro Emerald, Mike & The Mechanics and Roachford. Alongside shows in Los Angeles and across the USA throughout 2012, she has enjoyed continued UK media support in the form of consecutive BBC Radio 2 playlists for previous singles Crash & Burn and again with Elated.

Sunday Best and the 'Single White Female' EP will be supported by a string of live shows in the capital, with the first performance confirmed for Camden’s Colonel Fawcett on August 27. More dates to be announced soon - check Scarlette's official website for updates.

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