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Charlotte Church to release new EPs in US

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Charlotte Church has confirmed plans to release her new EPs in the US.

The singer will release One & Two on March 12 as a nine-song collection in North America, marking her first new material in the territory for a decade.

Charlotte Church


"I love this new stuff I'm doing, and this feels more comfortable and more creative to me than anything I've done before," Church told Billboard.

The star is planning to perform a number of US shows next month, including an appearance at the SXSW festival in Texas, and hopes to do more dates in the future.

"I'd love to, but I wanted to come back out a little bit tentatively," she explained. "I'm not an egomaniac who's thinking I can just walk back into the scene.

Charlotte Church played a showcase of some of her new music at Lick, an ice cream and frozen yoghurt parlour in Brighton.

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Charlotte Church

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"I've been gone awhile, so I want to see how it goes down and if people are interested and into it. If so, I'd love to give a great deal of my time and energy to performing all over America again, because I loved it the first time around.

"So I'm hopeful but... am being cautious about it."

Church's EPs One and Two were released in the UK last year and a third collection is expected to land later in 2013.

Listen to Charlotte Church's latest track 'Glitterbombed' below:

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