Willie J Healey has announced his third album, ‘Bunny’, with lead single, ‘Dreams’

The record is due to arrive on 24th March 2023 via Yala! Records.
Photo credit: Hollie Fernando

Willie J Healey has announced that his third studio LP, ‘Bunny’, will be released on March 24th, 2023.

It follows previous records ‘People and Their Dogs’ and ‘Twin Heavy’, and will feature his recent single, ‘Tiger Woods’. 

On the new album, Willie says: “The whole era is something that I love. Long before making ‘Twin Heavy’, I had always listened to funk, soul and R&B, but for some reason, it never translated into my own music. Really my inspiration was just the feel of things, I really enjoyed playing music that makes you feel really good.”

The album announcement also arrives with a new lead single, ‘Dreams,’ and its accompanying music video. Willie shares, “‘Dreams’ is a song I wrote when thinking about the cost of an ambition. The idea behind the video is, what would life be like if you had to carry all of the money you made on your back, and that if you did have to carry it you probably wouldn’t want as much.’”

You can listen to Willie J Healey’s new single, ‘Dreams’, here, and check out the music video below:

You can pre-order ‘Bunnyhere. The full tracklist reads as below:

1. Woke Up Smiling
2. Dreams
3. Tiger Woods
4. Thank You (ft. Jamie T)
5. Bumble Bee
6. Black Camero
7. Sure Feels Good
8. Chrome
9. Late Night Driving
10. Little Sister
11. Morning Teeth
12. Reprise
13. Blue Bird

Willie J Healey is playing a series of sold-out headline shows before supporting Florence + The Machine on their Arena tour in November. Tickets are available now, with the full dates as below:

1 Bristol, Ritual Union
10 London, The Lexington
15 Budapest, Isolation

10 Bristol, Strange Bew
11 Birkenhead, Future Yard
12 Cambridge, Mash
14 Paris, AccorHotels Arena *
16 Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena *
17 Brighton, Komedia (Studio Bar)
18 London, The O2 *
19 London, The O2 *
21 Bournemouth, Bournemouth International Centre *
22 Manchester, AO Arena *
24 Birmingham, Utilita Arena *
25 Leeds, First Direct Arena *
27 Glashow, OVO Hydro *
28 Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena *
30 Dublin, 3Arena *

* supporting Florence + The Machine

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