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British singer-songwriter Emeli Sandé has shared her new track, "There Isn't Much," Alongside an uplifting official video for the single directed Mareike Macklon. The heartfelt, classic power ballad arrives as the latest offering from Emeli's forthcoming studio album "Let's Say For Instance," out May 6 via Chrysalis Records. "There Isn't Much" follows Emeli's performances at ITV's Concert for Ukraine, a televised fundraiser to support the ongoing DEC Ukraine Humanitarian appeal during the ongoing crisis, and the annual Commonwealth Day Service earlier this month, where she sang a beautiful rendition of recent single "Brighter Days" alongside the London African Gospel Choir. Speaking about the song, Emeli reveals, "'There Isn't Much' is one of my favourite songs on the album. I wrote it with Naughty Boy and Shaq, and I'm so happy that we managed to get the production, the drums, and the mix really on point for this album. I love the 80s vibe of it; it really reminds me of what my parents might have been listening to when they met." Her first release on an independent label, "Let's Say, For Instance," marks a new era of Emeli's expansive artistry after a decade on stage and the airwaves. Exploring new sonic territory through shades of classical, disco, nostalgic R&B and more, it sees Emeli freeing herself from the expectations of others, flexing her holistic skills as a songwriter, producer, and vocalist in new, versatile ways. In her words: "'an ode to resilience, rebirth, and renewal." The album features the current hit single "Brighter Days," alongside previous releases "Oxygen," "Look What You've Done," and "Family."