Ella Henderson announces second album Everything I Didn't Say, drops new single Brave

It's a follow-up 7 years in the making.

Ella Henderson has announced the release of her second album, Everything I Didn't Say.

Due for release on March 11, the record is being trailed by Ella's brand new single Brave, out today, which you can listen to below. 

Called " a diaristic, 16-track record," Everything I Didn't Say is Ella's first full-length release since her debut album, Chapter One, in 2014, which debuted at Number 1 on the Official Albums Chart. 

In a statement, Ella said: “I’m so excited to finally share the news that my second album ‘Everything I Didn’t Say’ is coming in March! I know it’s been a long time coming but I wanted to take the time to really follow my heart and vision, to create something that fully represented me, who I am today and what I stand for. 

See the cover for Everything I Didn't Say here:

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"I am so ready to finally share this body of work! It’s all here… the good, the bad, the ugly! This record means absolutely everything to me.”

Originally rising to fame as a contestant on The X Factor in 2011, Ella made one of the most impressive debuts by a British act in the last decade with her first single Ghost, which debuted at Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart, and stayed at the summit for a total of four weeks. 

In recent years, Ella split from original label Syco and Sony, before re-signing with Atlantic and Rudimental's subsidiary Major Toms. 2020 also saw Ella gain her fifth Top 10 single with Let's Go Home Together with Tom Grennan, which peaked at Number 10.