She’s dropped a track inspired by strong women too…

British soul songstress Andreya Triana has announced that her eagerly-anticipated new album, ‘Life In Colour’, will be released in February next year.

The LP’s lead single ‘WOMAN’ is also out now – a soulful pop anthem about strong femininity and empowerment – along with an uplifting video featuring old photographs of Andreya’s life, in tribute to her mother, grandmother and other women who inspired the record. 
 
‘Life In Colour’ – the British singer-songwriter’s third record – is inspired by womanhood and is a celebration of independence, love and freedom. Influenced by everything from soul, blues and pop, to reggae and jazz, Andreya’s signature rich vocals and heartfelt lyrics will no doubt be the thread running through it.
 
Recorded in London and Stockholm, the album was written and produced by acclaimed songwriters and producers including Dimitri Tikovoï, Bastian Langebaek, and Dee Adam.

Talking about the album, Andreya says: “
'Life In Colour’ is a metaphor for letting go of societal and personal limitations and stepping into my womanhood. Creating a space of creative freedom, full of colour and energy to empower myself. 

"I had a lot of fun making this album, which I think is reflected in the music - it’s definitely my most upbeat album so far! I hope it encourages as many people as possible to be their best selves and to live their ‘Life In Colour'.”

Earlier this year, Andreya teamed up with Manchester production duo Bondax, for track ‘Real Thing’, blending soul with up-tempo, garage-tinged beats.
 
The record follows the London-born singer-songwriter’s critically-acclaimed 2010 debut ‘Lost Where I Belong’ – was produced by Bonobo – and her sophomore record ‘Giants’, which came out in 2015.

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