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James Bourne Hits it Solo With ‘Everyone Is My Friend’

James Bourne Hits it Solo With ‘Everyone Is My Friend’

James Bourne hits it solo with ‘Everyone Is My Friend’ his first song off of his upcoming solo debut album. Most everyone knows James Bourne from Busted, but now it’s time to check him out solo.

In a time of great uncertainty and division, out of all the songs on my album I feel this is the one to naturally come first. It’s exactly the kind of song that people need to hear right now.

James Bourne

His first released solo song ‘Everyone Is My Friend’ can be listened to below. You can also listen to the song here on your favorite platforms!

‘Everyone Is My Friend’ was co-written with Stephen Bishop and produced by James Bourne’s long time friend John Fields. This one is for sure hitting us straight in the feels! This laid back tune is perfect to sit back and vibe.

When we listen to this song, we can not help the impulse to send this to every single one of our friends so they can add this to their playlists.

With this amazing song having hit the streaming platforms this week, everyone just has to know… when is the album going to be out? Rest assured, James has let us know that he will be announcing that soon!

The excitement to get an album release date, as soon as we get it, we can guarantee that we will be counting down the days.

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We here at The Honey POP are loving this new song from James Bourne! What do you think? We also cannot wait for the album to drop so we can see what else he has in store for us! Comment down below or tweet us @thehoneypop with your opinions! You can also find us over on Facebook and Instagram!

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