York singer Twinnie marks debut album’s anniversary with Hollywood Reimagined EP

Twinnie: New EP and American release on its way too

YORK country-pop singer-songwriter Twinnie is releasing a reimagined five-track EP to mark the first anniversary of her debut studio album, Hollywood Gypsy.

The album was made BBC Radio 2’s Album of the Week after its chart peak of number one in the UK iTunes Country Chart and a five-week consecutive stay in the UK Country Top 20 Chart.

Since being launched on April 17 2020 on BMG, Hollywood Gypsy has been streamed more than seven million times across Spotify and was re-released as an acoustic package late last year.

Now, to bring a new dimension to the hit crossover record, Twinnie is releasing an EP exclusively via bandcamp that reimagines five of the songs as you have never heard them before: Better When I’m Drunk, I Love You Now Change, Hollywood Gypsy, Daddy Issues and Feeling Of Falling.

The artwork for Twinnie’s Hollywood Gypsy Reimagined

“Bringing a dynamic and powerful new stylistic to several of the tracks, the York performer delivers an emotive vocal and allow fans to find a new favourite with this exciting take on the album,” proclaims the press release.

The EP, out this week, will act as a bridge to new music from the pop-influenced artist, who is working on new material with revered producers in Nashville, Tennessee, for a project set for release soon via her American label, BBR Music Group.

Twinnie, 33, made her name as Twinnie-Lee Moore in West End and touring musicals, such as playing murderer Velma Kelly in the 2009/2010 tour of Chicago, and in the soap opera role of Porsche McQueen in Channel 4’s Hollyoaks from November 4 2014 to December 24 2015.

Twinnie will play a re-scheduled sold-out gig at The Crescent, York, on September 14. All tickets acquired for the original 7.30pm show remain valid, but refunds are available from your original point of purchase.

Twinnie will play The Crescent, York, on her rearranged tour