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Luke Evans unveils new track Changing from his debut album At Last

The Welsh actor/singer has debuted the second track from his upcoming album.

Luke Evans
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Luke Evans has unveiled the second track from his upcoming debut album At Last.

Changing, originally recorded and released by Australian singer-songwriter Conrad Sewell, follows the release of Evans’ cover of Pat Benatar’s Love is a Battlefield. Take a listen to the track below:

On picking Changing for his debut, Evans said, ‘Changing is a powerful song about the challenges people face when in relationships that are perhaps not meant to be. Sometimes we find ourselves willing to do anything to make a relationship work, and in the end, you find yourself very unhappy and broken down from all the energy you’ve put in to making it work. The main message of this song is just be yourself with the other person, and the love will eventually find its way.’

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At Last, which is available to pre-order now, is a collection of modern and classic songs that Evans has put his own twist on. The album includes covers of U2, Maria McKee, Cher and Roberta Flack to name a few.

Evans recorded the album earlier this year with producer Steve Anderson (Pet Shop Boys, Kylie Minogue, Britney Spears, Take That), The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, and string arranger/composer Cliff Masterson (Kylie, Michael McDonald, Emeli Sandé).

At Last will be released on 22nd November 2019 via BMG.

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