Shaznay Lewis, pictured with General Levy and Shola Ama, shares new single Good Mourning

Shaznay shares Good Mourning, the latest single from her new album, Pages

Featuring the BRIT and two-time MOBO winner Shola Ama (You Might Need Somebody, You’re Still The One I Love) and the pioneering UK ragga/jungle icon General Levy, Good Mourning follows lead single Miracle and Kiss Of Life.

Tackling love loss, the single reveals how a break-up can be an opportunity to rediscover your own self-confidence.

Finding Happiness

Shaznay says: “The chorus is, ‘I don’t want to be lonely,’ it is laying out the rules of what you don’t want. We all want to be loved, but sometimes we sacrifice love and can end up feeling loneliness within a relationship. It’s about finding happiness through self-love and the understanding of self-worth.”

The classic black-and-white shot video, directed by Oscar J Ryan, captures the three artists relishing their collaboration together.  Watch below:

The singer penned the track with Grammy-nominated producer Michael Angelo (Sam Smith) plus Ali Tennant (hitmaker and vocal coach on The Voice), Ben Cullum (Celeste) and General Levy.

Return to the spotlight

Since her phenomenal success with All Saints , Lewis focused on family life and stepped behind-the-scenes to work as a songwriter. Pages, released on 17 May, will be her second solo LP and first in 20 years.

It features further collaborators with the likes of Emily Phillips and Ant Whiting (Florence + The Machine), Johan Hugo (Self Esteem), Jez Ashurst (Maisie Peters), Moyses Dos Santos (Freya Ridings) and Charlie Stacey (Ezra Collective).

The album is available to pre-order here.

After her recent performance at the Roundhouse Gala, Shaznay is set to headline London’s Jazz Cafe on 14 May 14th. Limited tickets remain available here.

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