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Anna Coddington Releases New Single Featuring Louis Baker

23 October 2020 - 0 Comments

Anna Coddington today releases Beams, the second single from her upcoming new album. Featuring guest vocals from stunning soul vocalist Louis Baker, the single foreshadows the sound of the album - memorable vocal hooks sitting alongside indie/pop production, resulting in another earworm of a release.

Beams presents hope, speaking to the simplicity of love and the simple joy held in being with those that you love. The track shows two voices beautifully combining their styles to create a modern-love song.

The new album, also called Beams, is due for release late-November 2020. In a wānanga of ruthless self-expression, the album sees Coddington diving into the personal to draw out the universal. Produced by APRA Silver Scroll-winning duo Steph Brown & Fen Ikner aka LIPS, the album captures an artist & producer working cohesively, combining the indie/electronic-pop style of LIPS alongside Coddington’s penchant for storytelling.

Beams (ft. Louis Baker) Single Out Now
Beams Album Out November 27

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