Louise Redknapp Instagram: Jamie Redknapp’s ex sings about ‘painful’ time in cryptic song

Louise Redknapp, 44, treated her army of fans to another new song, after she revealed she had to push back the launch date of her album until next year.

And in the track, the former Eternal star sings about someone “laying their cards on the table”.

Louise added “It’ll get better” as she addressed going through a “painful” time.

The star, whose divorce from Jamie Redknapp, 45, was finalised at the end of 2017, sings in the new song: “I have been on the side of painful.

“Lay your cards out on the table, you don’t have to be brave for me, I’ve been on the side of painful in the fore right before you’re free.”

She continues: “It’ll get better. I won’t tell you lies, it’s gonna hurt sometimes, tearing muscles makes them strong.

“Believe me I’ve been there I know you’re scared, you can’t see it now hold on, we’re breaking back together.”

In the chorus, Louise spoke about how in time, the person will “shine”.

She goes on: “All those memories waiting on you. No escape it’s hard to breathe, Diamonds only come from pressure.

“In time you’re going to shine, you’ll see.”

Louise shared a clip of the song on her Instagram, to her 649,000 followers.

She uploaded it with the caption: “Breaking Back Together is OUT NOW (Link in stories)

“Taken from my new album ‘Heavy Love’ which is available to pre-order now (Link in bio).”

Her fans went wild for the new music, with many getting even more excited for her highly-anticipated album.

One person wrote: “Here for this!!! this album is gunna be soooooo good!!”

Another praised: “Loved it!!! It’s on repeat for the entire day!”

A third said: “Love love love this! Such a gorgeous vocal and heartfelt lyrics. This deserves to do really well. Another banger Louise.”

Earlier in the week, Louise broke the news to her fans about the album’s delayed release date.

The mother-of-two admitted she had to push it back due to her work commitments touring with 9 to 5 The Musical.

Louise said it hadn’t been an “easy decision” and revealed it would now be released in January.

source: express.co.uk