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Katie Melua’s seventh album is marked by a departure and a homecoming. Faced with her first project away from mentor and easy listening Midas Mike Batt, the Georgian-born singer returned to her motherland to enlist the Gori Women’s Choir for a record inspired by the reflective melancholia of the festive period. Whether that choral accompaniment is enlivening classics (“O Holy Night”) or tackling consumerism (“A Time To Buy”), Melua always finds human warmth amid the Siberian chill.

Customer Reviews

Great song.

I bought a song from her forthcoming album. It's amazing. Nice to see you back Katie Mellua. Love your music!


So refreshing for this time of year! Love Katie Melua 💙

🎼dreams on fire - most beautiful song

After hearing the song "dreams on fire 🔥 " today on a show, I was so moved, that I came to buy the song. The album sounds lovely, but I'm not one for albums these days. This particular song however, gave me goose bumps.. beautiful voice, haunting melody, that's definitely going to be played many times. ❤️


Born: 16 September 1984 in Kutaisi, Georgia, Russia

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Plucked from music-school obscurity by songwriter/producer Mike Batt, Katie Melua quickly became the highest-selling female musician in the U.K., a feat that owed much of its success to her wildly popular 2003 debut. Melua was born in Soviet Georgia in 1984 and later moved to Belfast, Northern Ireland. Her family pulled up stakes several years later and relocated to London, where Melua entered the B.R.I.T. School for the Performing Arts & Technology. The record industry-funded school had a habit...
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