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NEWS: Fiona Lennon shares soaring ‘Please Don’t Say My Name’ single

Rising Liverpool singer-songwriter Fiona Lennon has released a soaring new single ‘Please Don’t Say My Name’ An elevating track, reflecting the universal feelings of being torn after a tough relationship

Rich and glittering with sad girl vibes Lennon’s stunning honeyed vocals dance over a buoyant bed of alt-pop riffs as she asks, “How do I turn it all around?” voicing the lovelorn inner monologues of a generation just as The Cranberries did before as she bares her soul singing, ‘I don’t wanna see the mess we’ve made/Please don’t, please don’t say my name!’ A track that crowds will echo back at her gigs, empathising with every word. Widescreen and cinematic with soaring harmonies and twinkling keys, this is ultimately a song of hope passion and transcendence with stunning ethereal allusions; a mesmerising track that will spellbind everyone who hears it.

Jack Lennon’s stirring, dreamy guitar and Jack McCabe’s uplifting piano, along with Elliot Chinnock’s bass and Sean Burns’ drums lay down the upbeat rhythm to this pop anthem.

Please Don’t Say My Name‘ follows her 2023 track ‘Dreaming,’ which was praised by Radio X and BBC Introducing. In this captivating folk-rock-infused track, Lennon’s lush vocals drape over dreamy electric guitars and shimmering melodies, a driving bass and drum beat topped with passionate and emotive vocals, echoing the likes of Fleetwood Mac as she explores themes of unrequited love and relationships- a theme that we can all relate to.

After a busy summer supporting Liverpool legend Jamie Webster, The Zutons, and Brooke Combe and playing at Y Not festival, the band will undoubtedly make its mark with their new single ‘Please Don’t Say My Name’ She made her festival debut two years ago playing the This Feeling stage at the Isle of Wight. She has also gained over 10,000 streams with her two previous singles, You’ve Really Got A Hold On Me and A Little Longer.’ Fiona Lennon and the band have sold out their first headline show on 1st March at the Kazimier Stockroom and are bound to gather more fans in their upcoming shows below:

Live Shows

27th: BASK, Stockport

26th: Gorilla. Manchester- Rianne Downey support

4th/5th: Soundcity, Liverpool

10th: Birkenhead Live

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