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You Mean The World To Me (EP)

Freya Ridings

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You Mean The World To Me
Freya Ridings
Lost Without You
Freya Ridings
Freya Ridings
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Total Playing Time    16:45
Freya Ridings' highly anticipated debut studio EP, following the releases of Live at Omeara and Live at St. Pancras Old Church. You Mean the World to Me has been several years in the making, and features the mature songwriting and production of an artist that has taken her time.

Contending with being incredibly shy and feeling isolated at school, Freya found her extraordinary, vibrato-rich, pin-drop voice when she was in just Year 7 at school when she was invited to perform at an open-mic night and whether it is live, sitting at the piano, or strumming her guitar, Freya has distilled a short lifetime of uncertainty, and transformed it into songs of alchemical incandescence, magicked into greatness by one of the most powerful voices in a generation.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Good Soldier Records/Capitol Records Studio Masters

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