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Marisha Wallace to release debut album 'Tomorrow' - pre-order here!

Marisha Wallace album

West End and Broadway star Marisha Wallace has signed a record deal with Universal's Decca Records.

It follows the singing sensation releasing a charity cover of ‘Tomorrow’ from the musical Annie, to raise funds for those in the theatre industry affected by lockdown.

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The single was playlisted by Radio 2 and peaked at Number 2 in the UK download charts.

Wallace, who will soon be appearing in the West End revival of Hairspray, will release her album titled 'Tomorrow' in November.

You can pre-order the CD online here.

A teaser for the album reads: "The record, packed full of uplifting covers as well as four brand new, original tracks is released in hopes of helping the world move forward from such a negative time – there are moments in the album intended to comfort & to cry to but also so many tracks to feel uplifted and inspired by as the world bands together, looking for a better ‘tomorrow’."

The tracklist features:

1. Somewhere
2. Alive
3. Tomorrow
4. The Show Must go on
5. Rainbow
6. Before I Go
7. My Declaration
8. Faith
9. You’re the Voice
10. Divine
11. Purple Rain
12. Reflection
13. I’m Free
14. Angel
15. Climb Every Mountain

Marisha said: “I am so thrilled to be a part of the legacy of Decca records. I keep pinching myself because this is just a dream come true. My first album coming out during this turbulent time in history is a symbol of hope for all of us.

"At the beginning of lockdown the theatres were closed and I thought it was the end, but now I know it was just the beginning of something wonderful. To share a label with icons like Shirley Bassey and Ella Fitzgerald I truly feel right at home. I can’t wait to help bring some healing and hope to our world. Because the sun WILL come out tomorrow!”

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