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New Anna Coddington: Make You Mine Single and Tour

New Anna Coddington: Make You Mine Single and Tour

After turning heads with 'Bird In Hand', released in May this year, Anna Coddington and SJD have teamed up again for Make YouMine. The combo follow through with another gem: a drum machine groove beautifully offset by the impeccable feel of Chris O'Connor on drums, a catchy bass line played by Coddington herself, pining vocals, and another gorgeous string arrangement from SJD. Where Bird In Hand sang of acceptance and letting go, Make You Mine is a celebration of love and the longing to pull it closer.

Continuing the collaborative pattern, Anna has again called on the directorial talents of Aidee Walker after the great reception and reviews of the Bird In Hand video. The video to Make You Mine creates a beautiful, delicate and poignant narrative that perfectly visualizes the emotion of the single itself.

Links to the track
http://annacoddington.bandcamp.com/
https://soundcloud.com/annacoddington/make-you-mine
https://itunes.apple.com/nz/album/make-you-mine-single/id678044539?uo=4

MAKE YOU MINE TOUR 14th SEPT TO 12th OCT
It’s been a long time since Anna hit the road in earnest but this September fans will wait no more. Joined by Mike Hall, the pair will present a freshly minted live show utilising electric and acoustic guitars, bass, drum machines and vocal harmonies. Thetour takes in 11 dates across the country and will be an opportunity to hear tracks not yet released alongside some new versions of old favourites.

Tickets on Sale at Under the Radar http://www.undertheradar.co.nz/index.php?task=ticket&q=anna%20coddington

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