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A Force In The Irish Music Scene, RuthAnne Announces single ‘LOVE AGAIN’ Taken From Her Acclaimed Debut Album ‘Matters of The Heart’

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LOVE AGAIN – Is featuring in upcoming Netflix movie ‘Desperados’ which is out on Friday, has featured on Winter ‘Love Island’ 2020, has garnered Over 3million streams on Spotify & broke into the tik tok UK chart No.4!!!! 

“A prolific songwriter, RuthAnne is now stepping out behind the writing desk and releasing her own music.” WONDERLAND MAGAZINE

“After more than a decade writing hits for pop superstars, the Dublin-born artist is stepping into the spotlight.” – OFFICIAL CHARTS

“Stirring, powerful pop music, her brooding, soulful vocal has a plaintive, fragile edge.” – CLASH MAGAZINE

Award-winning songwriter RuthAnne’s name has been echoed all over Ireland in the last couple of weeks on the back of her recent collaboration with the collective ‘Women In Harmony’ that she set up, the first release being a cover of The Cranberries hit song ‘DREAMS’. The release has broken down so many barriers for womens voices and music on Irish Radio as it has been featured on playlists across the country, a rarity for any female artist from Ireland.

As a collective voice, it speaks volumes.

They also achived No.1 in the Official Homegrown Charts and were the first ever Irish Female Music release to do so! And now RuthAnne is re-releasing her Pop gem ‘Love Again’ on the back of numerous Syncs across some of the biggest TV & Streaming networks (listed above). 

The uplifting single ‘Love Again, was co-produced by George Moore (Yebba – “Evergreen”) and long-term collaborators Futurecut (Rihanna), and is a pop perfect annectdote to Irish radio to support and build one of its Countries most esteemed songwriters. 

‘Love Again’ instantly captivates the listener as RuthAnne’s powerful vocal takes center stage. Starting off with just her and an electric guitar, the vibrant track builds into a harmonious chorus as RuthAnne’s soulful vocal is supported with a choir, creating an atmospheric upbeat production. The track is about RuthAnne convincing another that ‘love’ still exists and if they allow her in, she can help them to love again.

On ‘Love Again’, RuthAnne explains: “I wrote the idea down for this song after I had a few dates with someone who had just gone through a break up. He said to me ‘I don’t know if I’ll ever be able to love again’ and I immediately wrote it down on my phone and underneath I wrote ‘I know that I can make you learn to love again’.

When writing the song I was thinking of all the things in life we do when we lose out, when we fail, when we get our hearts broken. I realised that no matter what happens I always believe in trying again and never giving up on love or my dreams and so I wrote the song thinking about that and how important it is to always keep your heart open and that the love is out there. Go where the love is.”

The track follows on from RuthAnne’s previous singles ‘The Vow’, ‘Take My Place’, ‘Liquid’ and ‘It Is What It Is’ which have a combined 30 million streams. Her music has received accolades from influential media including The Times, Billboard, Wonderland, Complex and CLASH. RuthAnne recently won ‘Woman Of The Year’ at the Irish Tatler Awards and was VEVO’s ‘Artist Of The Month’ in October 2018. 

At just eight-years-old, RuthAnne started singing and songwriting, performing in musical theatre productions through her stage school and regularly taking the mic at karaoke bars, winning free drinks for her parents. Her incredible career spans back to being 17-years-old, and penning music for huge pop artists, including JoJo’s ‘Too Little Too Late,’ for which RuthAnne achieved the ASCAP Songwriters ‘Best Pop Song’ award. From then she wrote a string of hit records from Britney Spears’ RIAA platinum-certified ‘Work Bitch’ to One Direction’s ‘Where Do Broken Hearts Go’, Pentatonix’s ‘Misbehavin’ and Martin Garrix & Bebe Rexha’s In The Name Of Love’. 

In 2017 she co-wrote 5 songs on Niall Horan’s debut solo album ‘Flicker,’ including US #1 hit ‘Slow Hands’ – which she received a BMI award for – and as a songwriter her songs have streamed over 4 billion times. RuthAnne has also supported Alanis Morrissette, Niall Horan, Third Story, X Ambassadors and Hozier on tour. 

RuthAnne’s innate talent to create chart-topping music is undeniable and her own debut album – inspired by musical greats like Aretha Franklin, Amy Winehouse and Alicia Keys – embodies her step from being the writer behind the hits to an all-encompassing recording artist.

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