Lily Allen is set to drop her first album in four years 'No Shame' this summer, and with the news comes an audio of the first promotional single, 'Three'.
The song is a touching piano ballad about the relationship the singer has with her young children, written from the perspective of one of her daughters.
Along with 'Three', Lily also dropped another single entitled 'Higher' with additional vocals from Meridian Dan. Both will feature on her upcoming fourth studio album 'No Shame', along with last year's single 'Trigger Bang' featuring
The album follows 2014's 'Sheezus' and sees her working with producer Fryars. It comes after a few years of an identity crisis and a crushing divorce, themes that will no doubt be addressed in the lyrics.
'No Shame' will be released on June 8th 2018 through Parlophone Records.
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