Rebecca Ferguson has revealed the cover for her new album ‘Superwoman’, after a showcase in London.
The Liverpool songstress, who won over X Factor audiences and came runner up in the 2010 series, posted photos of signed copies of her new album on social media.
On Tuesday night Rebecca performed some of the tracks from her fourth studio album at the Hard Rock Cafe in the Capital.
She took to the stage in a long white dress and told the crowd that it was a “really difficult album to write which comes from a very emotional place.”
Posting a photo to Instagram she said: “Tonight I sang songs from #superwoman to a tiny room packed full with love & incredible energy. Can’t wait to go on tour & share this with you.”
Superwoman is Rebecca’s fourth effort, with Heaven, Freedom and Lady Sings The Blues – a collection of Billie Holiday covers – all making the Top 10.
It was produced by Mark Ronson and Troy Miller, who worked with Amy Winehouse and Laura Mvula.
Today the 30-year-old shared a photo of the new album cover and said: “Signed sealed delivered , a good bottle of vino got me through this beautiful pile.”
Rebecca performed the first single from the album ‘bones’ on Strictly Come Dancing earlier this month and said she wouldn’t rule out performing any new tracks on the X Factor , if she got the call.
Superwoman is released on October 14th.