RuthAnne has announced she will be releasing her new single Remember This on October 23rd. She took to social media to announce the new track, saying; “MY NEW SINGLE is coming Oct 23rd called ‘Remember This’ aaaahhh the next chapter begins and it’s going to be a special one…”
Fans were excited to hear the news, one fan tweeted; “Ahhh im so excited!!! Cant wait for this. New era is going to be amazing!” Other Irish artists also commented on RuthAnne’s news, including Erica Cody, who said; “We are ready” followed by heart eyed emojis.
This will be RuthAnne’s first track since her 2019 debut album Matters of the Heart. The album featured wonderful singles such as Unrequited, Superman, Love Again, It Is What It Is, Liquid, Take My Place and The Vow, which featured in the season finale of last year’s Love Island.
To celebrate the one-year anniversary of the album, RuthAnne performed live versions of You Don’t Have a Heart, Honest Man and Move Me in The Church Studios. She posted the beautiful versions to Instagram over the course of last week talking about how much each song meant to her. She also constantly thanked her fans for the constant support they’ve shown her over the years.
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Happy 1yr anniversary to my debut album #mattersoftheheart to celebrate & thank you all for your support here is a special live acoustic I filmed last year at @churchstudios featuring @vibevillage beautiful vocals & the iconic @heisx.a.vier on keys we had so much fun doing this and it’s one of my faves off the album! There will be more coming this week. Love you all, R xxx special thank you to the fab vibe village singers @mattmaijah @desri_7 @meeshlolo @laylaelaineley @tarnarenae @richy.stefan & shoutout to my co-writer/producer @sonnyjmason for writing & arranging & producing this one with me
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RuthAnne is also a part of the 39-piece Irish group, Irish Women in Harmony. The group joined together this summer to release a cover of The Cranberries’ hit Dreams to raise money for SAFE Ireland. They raised €250,000 for the charity and remained in the Irish charts for over two months.
The group, who was set up by RuthAnne was also set up to highlight the inequality in the Irish music industry. In an Instagram post on the IWIH account they said; “We are seeing the change and making the change so keep moving with us and let’s get more Irish female artists on radio, on festival line ups, on tv, in the press. We need to support our own because the talent we have in this country is outstanding. Lets continue to leave an Irish music legacy for the artists to come.”