Corinna Jane returns with new single Give Me A Sign

The track was recorded in Rome and is the first single from her forthcoming EP Queen Of Wands.

Saturday, 31st October 2020, 10:54 am
Updated Saturday, 31st October 2020, 11:00 am
Corinna Jane's new single is out now.

Singer songwriter Corinna Jane has released her new single Give Me A Sign, a track about finding hope even in the darkest of times.

On the song, the Northants musician narrates the stage of numbness and shock after losing her mother and feeling she wasn’t experiencing grief properly.

She wrote Give Me A Sign as a continuous stream of thoughts rather than a poetically crafted narrative.

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Corinna Jane worked with producer Francesco Arpino in Rome on the track which they wrote together on piano and guitar, using both digital and analogue elements to fuse retro and modern production techniques.

She said: “Recording the track was like letting two kids run through a sweet shop.

“We were picking and choosing whatever came to our minds and the track grew in a way that neither of us had conceived before writing together.”

Corinna hopes the introspective pop-rock anthem can act as relief for anyone dealing with complex emotions that they cannot grasp, so they know numbness and confusion are a normal part of the process.

Give Me A Sign is the first single off Corinna’s forthcoming EP Queen of Wands.

She hopes the track channels the female-fronted empowered rock sounds of the 90s such as The Cardigans, Alanis Morrissette and Garbage.

The Franco-English musician was born in North-Rhine Westphalia, Germany, and grew up in Northhamptonshire, writing and composing from an early age.

She has received airplay on BBC Radio 6, BBC Introducing and Amazing Radio alongside prime-time coverage on London Live TV and has toured across the UK.

During lockdown, Corinna has seen success with her acoustic piano and vocal covers of both R.E.M and Dua Lipa tracks and released a special EP called Songs For My Mother.

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