Rachel Chinouriri has debuted her new single, ‘Thank You For Nothing’

It's about the collateral damage of alcohol abuse.

Rachel Chinouriri has debuted her new single, ‘Thank You For Nothing’.

The accompanying video was shot in session for Colors, while the track follows on from her recent EP ‘Better Off Without’. She’s also supporting Sam Fender at Finsbury Park next week (15th July).

“I wrote this song about the collateral damage someone’s alcohol abuse has on people around them,” Rachel explains. “Society demonises those who suffer with alcohol abuse issues but when you have someone close to you who deals with it, it becomes such a warped perception. You actually love this person with all your heart and they love you too but it’s like holding a rose with thorns. It smells and looks so beautiful but it cuts you with its thorns, and I feel this song is that for me. I question why I can’t get rid of this rose when it’s actually not good for me.”

Check out the new song below.

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