Dublin based singer Imelda May is set to release her brand new single 'Psycho' on June 28.
'Psycho' has a rock-a-billy/surf twang that wouldn't sound out of place in a Quentin Tarantino film.
In her home country of Ireland her debut album 'Love Tattoo' went Triple Platinum and now Imelda is about to go stellar.
Imelda has also supported U2, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Van Morrison, Scissor Sisters and Lionel Richie in Ireland.
Psycho' will be available digitally, and as a limited edition pink 7" with bonus track 'My Baby Left Me'.
You can also catch Imelda performing at Glastonbury, Cheltenham Jazz Festival, Cornbury Music Festival, WOMAD and the Hop Farm Festival.
Imelda's new album 'Mayhem' is to be released on September 6th 2010.
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