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JP Cooper releases his debut album Raised Under Grey Skies this Autumn ahead of his UK Tour

by Ellie Gregory. Published Mon 12 Jun 2017 16:09, last updated: 12/06/17

After a phenomenal 12 months, the chart topper JP Cooper is set to release his debut album ‘Raised Under Grey Skies’ this September ahead of his biggest headline tour this Autumn.

This incredible 13 track album will not only include his smash hit ‘September Song’ but also ‘Momma’s Prayers’ which will feature the MOBO Award winner, Stormzy.

Cooper has come a long way from his Manchester roots as last year he dominated the charts and has since made it his mission for 2017 to be his year to create new and modern music.

Cooper has already achieved two UK Top Ten singles after co-writing with Jonas Blue to create ‘Perfect Strangers’, and he has delivered his own hit single ‘September Song’ which is still in the charts today.

Cooper said: “I'm incredibly excited to be able to say that my debut album is finally coming out.”

“It's been a life time in the making and a long journey from playing to a handful of people at Manchester open mic nights, to a sold out European tour ending with an incredible night at Shepherd's Bush Empire!

“The most amazing thing is that so many people have been there since day one and I can't thank them enough for their support.”

Starting on 7th October, Cooper will be performing across the nation but starting at Birmingham’s O2 Institute and finishing on the 19th October at the London Roundhouse.

To be sure to grab your tickets for Cooper’s tour, at which he will be playing his debut album, head over to www.ticketmaster.co.uk/JP-Cooper-tickets/artist/1712414.



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