Duffy to release new single "Well, Well, Well" + Endlessly album

Duffy Returns With New Album This November


First Single "Well, Well, Well" out November 21st on A&M

Duffy is back with one of the most eagerly anticipated releases of the year.

On November 29, 2010 the acclaimed British singer releases 'ENDLESSLY' on A&M Records, the follow-up to the enormously successful debut album 'Rockferry'.

Written and recorded in New York and London, over the past year, the new album has formed a unique partnership between veteran writer Albert Hammond and the singer herself.

The legendary Albert Hammond is best known for writing the classic songs "When I Need You", "The Air That I Breathe" and "To All The Girls I Loved Before". Together they have written and produced the next chapter of Duffy's meteoric career.

The infectious lead single "Well, Well, Well" is the first taste from this heady confection, and features an incomparable rhythm section played by Hip-hop band the Roots.

Album highlights include "My Boy", "Endlessly", "Don't Forsake Me", "Lovestruck" and "Breath Away".

Duffy took the world by storm with her debut album 'Rockferry' selling over 6.5 million copies worldwide and winning numerous accolades including three BRITs and one Grammy. 'Rockferry' was the biggest selling album of 2008 in the UK from one of Universal Music's most successful debut artists ever.

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