Becky Hill shares new album, ‘Believe Me Now?’: Listen

Becky Hill shares new album, ‘Believe Me Now?’: Listen

Becky Hill has dropped her second album, ‘Believe Me Now?’, on Polydor/Astralwerks. Listen to it below.

Released on Friday (31st May), the record marks the British singer and producer’s first studio LP since 2021’s ‘Only Honest On The Weekend’.

Speaking about the new album, Hill shared: “When I thought about what had come before now, I realised I was missing a couple of things: specifically, the element of euphoria but also, I wanted to create a much more mature, sophisticated level of dance music in this album. It was an incredibly direct and quick album to write because for the first time I knew exactly what I wanted to say. I’m really proud of this album and of what it says and what it stands for.”

The 15-track album features a selection of pop singalongs and dancefloor bangers, including the singles ‘Disconnect’ with Chase & Status, ‘Never Be Alone’ featuring Sonny Fodera, and ‘Side Effects’, which all independently dominated the charts upon release. New additions to the tracklist include the future house-inspired single, ‘Multiply’, and the rave-focused ‘Darkest Hour’, co-written by MNEK.

Speaking to DJ Mag about the new album, Hill added: “I am an artist and I don’t necessarily have to keep chasing the charts to feel like I’m successful. And this album proves it, that’s why it’s called ‘Believe Me Now?’.”

Having recently played her first European headline tour, and Radio 1’s Big Weekend, the two-time BRIT Award winner will be heading on an almost sold-out October UK arena tour as well as her biggest North American shows so far in November. Tickets and full tour details are available here.

Listen to ‘Believe Me Now?’ below.

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