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October 15, 2013
Posted by Eduardo   /   Filed Under : Fireflies, Glassheart, Lovebird, Trouble, Unlove me

‘Funny how time flies!’

Thats what we think when we realize today it’s “Glassheart” 1 year Anniversary!. “Glassheart” is Leona’s third studio album and I think one of the most anticipated albums for us fans!. This amazing piece of work was released last year in the UK and Europe and has became Leona’s most experimental work to date. On the album she tried new sounds and worked with some new writers and producers (Emeli Sande, Naugthy Boy, Fraser T. Smith). Songs like “Trouble”, “Come Alive”, “I to You”, “Sugar”, “Glassheart” and “Favourite Scar” showed us the new vibe Leona wanted to accomplish with this album. “Glassheart” debuted at #3 on the UK official Charts and sold 27,000 copies the first week. Even though this wasn’t Leona’s most succesful album (comercially) we think is definitely one of her best work. It’s such a shame this wasn’t released in the US because we think with good promo she could have done an amazing job there. “Glassheart” was like a patience test for us fans  (we waited and waited and waited) but when it was finally released 1 year ago we were happy because, listening to new Leona songs made us foget about everything! Today let’s celebrate 1 year of this incredible album by listening to it all day non-stop hahaha. But first we want you to watch this playlist we did with the best live performances (most of them televised) from the “Glassheart” era. Relive those moments on the player bellow:

More info about “Glassheart” can be found in our Discography page and in our Glassheart news category!