Amy Winehouse performed a surprise Camden Town gig this week giving fans a taste of her new album tracks.
The Back To Black star wowed the 150 strong crowd at The Hawley Arms' monthly charity gig playing a six song set in her first live performance in two years.
Tracks included Tears Dry On Their Own and a cover of The Specials' A Message To You, Rudy as well some new material.
The night's organiser Izzy Lawrence told the BBC "Amy just whispered to me, 'I know I'm not on the line-up but do you mind if I play?' Obviously I wasn't going to say no and she got up and played and it was amazing. (The new material is) quite upbeat, quite funky, very soulful. I think this is going to be massive. If those songs are going to be on the new album, it's going to be huge".
With the songstress's well publicised lifestyle back on track a follow up to the 10 million selling album has bee in production for years.
Additional reporting by CMU Network
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