Twinnie will mark the first anniversary of her debut album Hollywood Gypsy on Saturday April 17 by releasing a five-track EP on the same day.
It will feature “reimagined” versions of five tracks from the record, and will be exclusive to Bandcamp, where a dramatically different 'Better When I'm Drunk' is already up and running as a preview.
The song, written by Twinnie with Adam Argyle, was a fun and frenetic poster track for the iTunes country chart-topping album, but now shows its other side as a downbeat, atmospheric ballad.
This comes after it also received the unplugged treatment as part of the acoustic incarnation of the album late last year.
The irrepressible country-pop personality from York is currently in Nashville, where she recently announced her first writers' round in Music City, at the Listening Room Café on April 20th.
Summer Overstreet, Emily Landis and Emily Falvey will join Twinnie to share songs and stories as part of her global I Know A Woman initiative to create opportunities for all women in music and the creative sector.
Twinnie also co-hosts the Breaking Through podcast alongside Ariel Lask.