ASKING ALEXANDRIA's DANNY WORSNOP Releases New Solo Single, 'Little Did I Know'

ASKING ALEXANDRIA's DANNY WORSNOP Releases New Solo Single, 'Little Did I Know'

ASKING ALEXANDRIA singer Danny Worsnop has released "Little Did I Know", his latest solo single and follow-up to "Angels", which came out earlier this year. The new track is available now on all streaming platforms.

Combining Eric Clapton-esque guitar licks, soulful melodies, bright bursts of organ and Worsnop's phenomenal vocal, "Little Did I Know" showcases an entirely different side to Worsnop's songwriting compared to his output as frontman of ASKING ALEXANDRIA.

Speaking on his latest song, Danny says: "'Little Did I Know' was the song that set the tone for 'Shades Of Blue'. It is such a fun and upbeat feeling song that under the surface is a very sad and moving story of loneliness.

"I've been waiting a long time to get this out and am very excited and proud to finally share it with you all.

"Jim Kaufman and I spent a lot of time figuring out how this song should feel and the direction he guided me in with this song really sculpted what the entire collection of music became."

Danny has been a busy man this year. ASKING ALEXANDRIA had a phenomenal 12 months following the release of its eponymous fifth studio album and celebrated its third Top 10 active rock radio hit with "Alone In A Room"; he got engaged in the summer and wrote a beautifully tear-jerking song about his bride-to-be, Victoria. "Angels" was released in October with an equally emotive video compiled of home footage of Danny and Victoria and features clips from his surprise proposal at an ASKING ALEXANDRIA show this summer.


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