Video Premiere: Duffy's 'Well, Well, Well'
Duffy has made public a music video in support of her new single "Well, Well, Well". Wearing a black trench coat, she is sauntering down a narrow street and through a group of good-looking guys, heading to a bar full of other charming boys.
Featuring The Roots, "Well, Well, Well" is the first taste from Duffy's forthcoming second studio album "Endlessly". Attempting to convince her suspicious lover that she's a good girl, she sings in the retro-soul-infused track, "Why are you giving me the third degree/ When I'm not guilty of what you're sayin' I do?"
A follow-up to her Grammy-winning, debut album "Rockferry", the sophomore set is set to represent the next chapter of Duffy's already astounding career. The new album is scheduled for November 29 U.K. release with songs like "My Boy", "Don't Forsake Me", "Lovestruck" and "Breath Away" already confirmed on the tracklisting.
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