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Catherine McGrath Announces Debut Album 'Talk Of This Town', Shares New Track Wild

Friday, 13 April 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Catherine McGrath has announced her debut album.

'Talk Of This Town' will arrive on July 27 through Warner Bros Records. Head below to check out its tracklist and new single Wild.

Speaking about the song, the Northern Ireland-born singer-songwriter said:

“This song is one of my favourites I've written. It’s about a guy who I liked but who still wasn't over his ex. He took me to a Coldplay concert that he was meant to go to with his ex and half the time he was holding my hand, the other half he was texting her. Every time we were together he was only ever halfway there and the day after the concert I went into the studio and ended up writing about the whole thing. It's really honest and I think that's what I love most about it.”

'Talk Of This Town' tracklist:

​1. Talk of This Town
2. The Edges
3. Lost In The Middle
4. Wild
5. Thought It Was Gonna Be Me
6. ‘Don’t Let Me Forget’ with Hunter Hayes
7. Enough For You
8. Dodged A Bullet
9. Good At Love
10. Cinderella
11. Just In Case
12. Good Goodbyes
13. She’ll Never Love You

Next month McGrath will play headline shows in Manchester, London and Glasgow, as well as appear at Live At Leeds and Radio 2’s The Biggest Weekend. 

This summer she has also lined up festival sets at the Isle of Wight, Cornbury Music Festival, Victorious, and the Long Road.

Catherine McGrath Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Tue May 01 2018 - MANCHESTER Deaf Institute
Wed May 02 2018 - LONDON Bush Hall
Fri May 04 2018 - GLASGOW King Tuts Wah Wah Hut

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