Erica Dee's first track 'Smile' off her upcoming album New Skies is now available to view on YouTube.

Erica Dee’s `Smile’ now live

The first track off the Nelson singer's upcoming album New Skies is now available online.



Nelson singer Erica Dee‘s latest track “Smile” is now available on YouTube. The track is the first from her upcoming album New Skies.

The full album will be released October 3 by her Berlin-based label Long Lost Relative, at which point Dee will be traveling to Europe for a release tour.

She hopes to ultimately do East and West coast tours of North America.

Dee will perform at a number of festivals over the summer, including Bass Coast, Gravity and Atmosphere. She will also be performing locally while teaching singing and DJ lessons.

Dee will offer youth workshops in July at the Nelson & District Youth Centre. She will offer two 5-day workshops at the Nelson & District Youth Centre from July 13-17 and 20-24. The classes will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and the week costs $150.

Dee said anyone who is interested should contact her at ericadeeproductions@gmail.com.

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