Remember Monday, the UK Country music trio comprised of Lauren Byrne, Holly-Anne Hull and Charlotte Steele have announced the release of their brand new single titled ‘Nothing Nice To Say’. The track is set for release on 25th November and is taken from their forthcoming EP ‘Hysterical Women’.
The trio originally found fame as contestants on the 2019 series of The Voice UK making their way to the quarter finals. The band, who were keen to blaze their own trail on the show, opted to sing an original track in place of a cover. Their powerful vocal performance and beautiful harmony were key to their presence on the show. Following their success, the trio achieved a number 1 UK Itunes chart position with their debut single ‘Drive’. Since then, Remember Monday have gone viral with a cover of the Queen original ‘Fat Bottomed Girls’ on TikTok. Brian May even shared the cover to his instagram followers.
The upcoming EP from the trio is a labour of love and is the result of 5 years of work. Speaking of the EP and the themes of frustration and female empowerment the band said: “As women, we frequently feel like we can’t say enough without saying “too much”. Collectively, we have learned so many lessons living as women in this world. Jennifer Hudson, our former coach on The Voice, empathises with the message of ‘Nothing Nice to Say’ and helped us fund our music video for the song – her support has been amazing. When Jennifer Hudson takes a vested interest in the projects you’re working on, you know it will be an exciting release!“.
The new single ‘Nothing Nice To Say’ hits digital stores on Friday 25th November. You can pre-order the track here and can follow the trio on social media with the handle @remembermonday_.