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Martha Ffion Posts Video For New Single Take Your Name

Monday, 29 January 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Laura Meek

Martha Ffion has shared a video for her new single, Take Your Name.

The track is lifted from her forthcoming debut album, 'Sunday Best', which is due out on March 9 via Turnstile Music. The video, meanwhile, was directed by Beth Chalmers and stars Catholic Action's Chris McCrory alongside Ffion.

The Glasgow-based songwriter will support the record with a short run of UK shows between March 7 and 11. Tickets are on sale now.

Martha Ffion Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Wed March 07 2018 - CARDIFF Clwb Ifor Bach
Thu March 08 2018 - LONDON Waiting Room
Fri March 09 2018 - EDINBURGH Sneaky Pete's
Sat March 10 2018 - GLASGOW Mono - Kings Court
Sun March 11 2018 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Think Tank?

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