ARIA Award winning singer/songwriter Deni Hines will release her brand new studio album “The Soul
Sessions” worldwide on November 18.
The album will be released in Japan on November 16 via PVine, and is already creating a buzz
The forthcoming lead single “What About Love” is a modern Motownhomage written by Deni and Sydney
producer/writer Eddie Said of Kings X Music. The film clip was directed by Award winning film maker Dean
Francis. His recent film, the controversial “Drown” has been a huge festival success worldwide, & Dean and
Deni worked together on the 2016 Mardi Gras Queer Screen Film Festival trailer.
“The Soul Sessions” is a glimpse into some of the artists who influenced and shaped Deni’s musical pallet.
The album features her interpretations of songs from luminaries including King Curtis, Chaka Khan,
Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Anita Baker, Jill Scott, Aretha Franklin, and Whitney Houston
among others. The album also includes 3 original songs cowritten by Deni, including a brand new acoustic
version of her 2001 song “Runnin’”, written with Dennis & Darren Dowlut. This version serves as a tribute to
Darren who passed away in 2005.
The digital EP of “What About Love” will be released on 2nd December, and will include remixes by UK
producers/remixers The Good Girls [Azealia Banks, Akon, Philip George] and Sydney DJ/producer Alex
Taylor, in addition to an unplugged version.
“The Soul Sessions” features cover art from celebrated artist Gabrielle Pool
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