A couple of weeks after the release of ‘The Voice’ champion Harrison Craig’s winner’s single ‘Unconditional’ (which failed to set the charts on fire), today it’s the turn of each of the three runners up to have their singles heard.
The debut singles for Luke Kennedy, Celia Pavey and Danny Ross were all serviced to both media and retail today, with Luke Kennedy’s track ‘Stay For A Minute’ (cover art above) currently performing the best of all three on the iTunes chart – at No.77.
The single (which was co-penned by Robbie Williams’ old writing partner Guy Chambers) will be featured on Luke’s ‘journey’ album entitled ‘A Time For Us’, which will drop next Friday.
Next up on the iTunes charts – at a lowly No.140 for the time being – is the competition’s second runner-up Celia Pavey. Her new single ‘Believe Me’ was penned by British songstress Ellie Goulding and is a sweet, mid-tempo pop number that her label no doubt hopes will find a place on radio.
Celia’s album ‘This Music’ is also out next Friday.
Rounding up the rear at this stage is third runner up Danny Ross, whose single ‘Pockets’ is currently languishing at No.187 on iTunes. His track was penned by Iain Archer and Ollie Sloan and is a wistful James Blunt-esque ballad that showcases his voice perfectly.
Danny’s album ‘As The Crow Flies’, as with Luke and Celia’s albums, will be released next Friday.