On Thursday night (Oct. 13), Emeli Sandé brought her outstanding talents to Paris, where she performed a special show at FLOW, which is a large boat turned into a restaurant, club and theater, on the Seine river by the Pont Alexandre III bridge.
A capacity crowd filled the space as the Scottish songstress debuted new music for the first time off her forthcoming album Long Live the Angels. Over 500 people cheered her on as she belted out the commanding lead single “Hurts,” along with her recently released cut “Garden,” in which she was joined on stage by featured artist Áine Zion.
Throughout her hour plus show, Emeli performed a bunch of new records off the album, including “Give Me Something,” “Every Single Little Piece,” “Happen,” “Highs and Lows” and “Babe.” Surprising the audience she even covered Rihanna’s “Four Five Seconds,” and also sang some of her mega past hits including “My Kind of Love,” “Heaven,” and closed out the show with “Next To Me.”
Emeli’s anticipated sophomore album Long Live the Angels is due out Nov. 11.
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(Photos by Frédéric Ragot)