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UK pop icon Will Young has released his brand new single ‘All The Songs’ - the first track to be heard from his long awaited seventh album Lexicon.
An upbeat, piano-led, dancefloor-tilted heartbreak anthem, ‘All The Songs’ serves as the perfect introduction to an album built around the joy of pop music. The joyfulness around the making of Lexicon lit a real spark of creativity for Will and in some ways the album provides a sense of new beginnings.
The 40 year old South London local hasn’t spent the time between albums twiddling his thumbs. Will has been working as an active and vocal campaigner for the LGBTQ movement, including the promotion of all-inclusive children’s books on CBeebies and the second season of his hugely popular LGBT podcast Homo Sapiens, that he co-created and co-presents with filmmaker and friend Chris Sweeney.
Will Young has spent the last two decades at the forefront of pop after bursting onto the scene in 2002. His expansive career has culminated in four No. 1 and two No. 2 chart topping albums, two BRIT Awards and four UK number one singles.
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