'Colouring Outside The Lines' on BBC Radio 2

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'Colouring Outside The Lines' made it's BBC Radio 2 debut this week on Sir Bob Harris's Sunday Radio show. The single which which featured guest production from Nigel Stonier is the second track from Heidi Browne's latest album 'White Rabbits'. 'Colouring Outside The Lines' was selected as 'song of the month' on BBC Radio Shropshire and is rapidly gaining popularity, rivaling Heidi's viral song 'G.I.R.L.F.R.I.E.N.D' as the new HB earworm. Bob Harris built his reputation as an impressario with an intuitive ear for a catchy tune, whilst presenting 'The Old Grey Whistle Test'. Since then he has gained legendary status as a flag bearer for quality songwriting, new and old, making this radio play a significant one.

'Colouring Outside The Lines' : 'How good is that!?' — Bob Harris

***Watch the official music video***
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***Listen again*** to the radio show (1hr 52 in) here:
***Buy the single***
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