Ruthie Collins shares 'Bad Woman' from upcoming new album 'Cold Comfort', due for release on April 3

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Ruthie Collins has shared another single from her upcoming album ‘Cold Comfort’, due on April 3,  in the shape of Bad Woman. You can listen to the song here.
‘Cold Comfort’ will be Collins’ second album after 2017’s ‘Get Drunk and Cry’ and she has already released Dang Dallas and Joshua Tree as singles from the record to give people a taster of what is to come.
Speaking about her latest single, Collins said that the song was about being tempted by someone who is in a relationship, but eventually fighting the urge to do something she would later regret.
“Sometimes you wish you could just go ahead and do the wrong thing,” Collins said. “A while back, I started falling for a guy who was very much taken. I’d never cross those lines, but I remember stepping back and looking at the situation and thinking, ‘Man, I wish just for a second I could not have a conscience and see what would happen.’ 
“When the chorus kicks in, though, I remind myself that I’m not a bad woman, that I’m a good girl and I’ll be just fine without him. We shot a music video for the song in Joshua Tree, which was really fun for me because I got to sort of embrace my alter ego and climb up onto the bar in black leather shorts and take shots of whiskey.”
Ruthie Collins worked with Grammy winning producer Ryan Freeland for ‘Cold Comfort’ and will be making her debut UK appearance on May 17 as part of Country in the Afternoon.

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