Rebecca Ferguson has announced details surrounding her debut single and album.
The X Factor runner-up will release her first song 'Nothing's Real But Love' on November 27.
The track was written by Ferguson and her main songwriting partner Eg White, who is responsible for Adele's 'Chasing Pavements', Duffy's 'Warwick Avenue', James Morrison's 'You Give Me Something' and Diana Vickers's 'Once', among many other hits.
The 24-year-old's first album will be released a week later on December 5 and includes all new material, all co-written by herself.
Speaking about her experiences recording her debut LP, Ferguson explained: "I''ve loved writing and recording the album throughout this year so I'm really excited for everyone to hear it!
"I feel like I've learnt a lot about myself going through the writing process, putting my experiences on paper and into the tracks. It's a record I'm really proud of."
'Nothing's Real But Love' is expected to receive its official premiere in the coming days.
Sounds really promising judging on the Eg White involvement, think she'll get a big hit and the album should do well too.