Tring singer's latest single heads to the top of the iTunes Classical Chart

'The Cold of Winter' is the 26-year-old's latest collaboration with composer Lyndon Samuel

Friday, 5th March 2021, 6:40 am

A singer from Tring has secured her second number one in the iTunes Classical Chart with her latest single 'The Cold Of Winter'.

Louisa Alice-Rose's latest collaboration with composer Lyndon Samuel, which explores loss, passion, love and grief, was released on Friday, February 26, and went to the top of the chart.

This is Louisa's second number one in the iTunes Classical Chart, her lockdown inspired song with composer Lyndon Samuel, 'You Are Not Alone' went to the top of the chart in November.

The artwork for 'The Cold Of Winter'

She said: "It feels amazing to have a number one. I'm thrilled at how well the song has been received.

"The Cold Of Winter explores themes of loss, passion, love and grief - it feels very current at the moment when people are separated from their loved ones.

"This is my third collaboration with composer Lyndon Samuel - we're hoping to release an album later this year."

The 26-year-old, who runs LAR Performing Arts school, also had success with 'Ava Marie' in collaboration with composer Lyndon Samuel, which went to number three in the iTunes Classical Chart in December.

To hear her latest song, visit: louisaalice-rose.hearnow.com.