Duffy has shared a new song this night and up to date fans on a planned interview she stated would occur quickly. You can hearken to the new song beneath.
Last month, the ‘Mercy’ hitmaker shared an emotive post detailing how she was attacked, raped and kidnapped in an ordeal that lasted “some days.”
In response to fans questioning about her continued absence from recording and touring, Duffy stated she was prompted to share particulars about her ordeal after opening up about her experiences to a journalist final summer season.
Duffy went on to say she can be quickly sharing a “spoken interview” and instructed her fans: “If you have any questions I would like to answer them, in the spoken interview, if I can. I have a sacred love and sincere appreciation for your kindness over the years.”
Now, Duffy has given an replace on the interview as she reached out to Radio 2 DJ Jo Whiley. Sharing a new song, Duffy stated: “You may have read the words I wrote a few weeks back, I do feel freer. Tried to follow up with a spoken interview, but it’s harder than I thought, I will follow up in writing soon.”
Duffy continued: “Universal Music, nobody, is aware of I am doing this. They gained’t be mad, they’re beautiful individuals. So right here’s a song … right here’s ‘Something Beautiful’. It’s simply one thing so that you can play individuals on radio throughout these troubling instances, when you just like the song after all. If it lifts spirits.
“I don’t plan to release it, I just thought a little something might be nice for people if they are at home, on lockdown.” Jo Whiley later shared the song and stated: “Duffy has just gifted us something beautiful to help us through these difficult times.” You can hear beneath.
Duffy has simply gifted us one thing stunning to assist us by means of these troublesome instances…@jowhiley
— BBC Radio 2 (@BBCRadio2) March 19, 2020
Last month, Duffy described how she had been “raped and drugged and held captive over some days” and that her subsequent restoration “took time.”
“Many of you wonder what happened to me, where did I disappear to and why,” Duffy wrote. “A journalist contacted me, he discovered a solution to attain me and I instructed him every little thing this previous summer season. He was sort and it felt so wonderful to lastly converse.
“The truth is, and please trust me I am ok and safe now, I was raped and drugged and held captive over some days. Of course I survived. The recovery took time. There’s no light way to say it.”
Describing her determination to not share the knowledge beforehand, Duffy added: “…In the final decade, the 1000’s and 1000’s of days I dedicated to desirous to really feel the sunshine in my coronary heart once more, the solar does now shine.
“You wonder why I did not choose to use my voice to express my pain? I did not want to show the world the sadness in my eyes. I asked myself, how can I sing from the heart if it is broken? And slowly it unbroke.”
Duffy added: “Please respect this is a gentle move for me to make, for myself, and I do not want any intrusion to my family. Please support me to make this a positive experience.”
The Welsh singer signed a file deal in 2007: her album ‘Rockferry’ grew to become the best-selling file of 2008 within the UK.
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