Back in February, Duffy published a message to Instagram — because deleted — where she explained:”I had been raped and drugged and held captive within a while. Obviously I lived. The retrieval took time. There is no light approach to state it. But in the past ten years, the tens of tens of thousands of times I dedicated to needing to feel the sun in my heart , sunlight does now glow.”
You may have read the words I wrote a few weeks back. I feel freer. I wanted to follow it up with a spoken interview but it’s harder than I thought. I’ll follow up in writing soon … It’s just something for you to play people on the radio during these troubling times, if you like the song of course, if it lifts spirits. I don’t plan to release it. I just thought a little something might be nice for people if they’re at home if they’re on lockdown. Loads of love to you.
She’d said:”In the next weeks I’ll be submitting a spoken interview. In case you have any queries I want to reply them if I could.”
The Welsh singer had mostly been from the public eye because the launch of her next record, Endlessly, at 2010. She’d taken to fame from 2008 with her introduction, Rockferry, that had been the biggest-selling record in the UK that season as well as a hit in america.