Emeli Sande Unveils New Song 'Here It Comes' – Audio

25 March 2013, 15:45

The 'Next To Me' star's track is taken from the soundtrack to the new Danny Boyle film Trance.

Emeli Sande has posted her new song 'Here It Comes' online.

The 'Clown' singer recorded the track for the soundtrack to Danny Boyle's new movie Trance – which stars James McAvoy.

The Scottish singer collaborated with Underworld's Rick Smith for the track - which is available to download now.

Other stars who have contributed to the soundtrack to the movie include Moby and Kirsty McGee.

Emeli previously worked with Rick and Danny during the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics and said it was great to back together with the Underworld man.

"It was wonderful to work with Rick again after the amazing time I had with him putting together the track for the Opening Ceremony at the Olympics," she told the Daily Record last month.

Listen to Emeli Sande's new song for the film Trance below:

Meanwhile, the 'Daddy' singer came under fire from Noel Gallagher recently when he described her songs as "music for Grannies".

She responded with a post on her Twitter account showing a picture of an elderly lady with her middle finger up.

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