Foxes has revealed that she feels relieved to be releasing her new single 'Youth'.
The singer - real name Louisa Allen - admitted that officially putting out her own song in the UK this week after a string of guest features feels strange but exciting.
"I finally get to release my own song!" she told Digital Spy. "It's such a weird feeling - a relief in a way - but it's great. I've had a bit of a guest-featuring year, which has also been great."
Asked if she is now bored of the track, which first debuted over a year ago, she insisted: "Weirdly, I'm really not. It's the first song I ever wrote knowing what the project would be about, so it will always hold a special place for me. I want it to have its chance, so we'll see."
Discussing the song's accompanying music video, she explained: "'Youth' is about having these jobs... being stuck in a job or a life where you're not living your dream. The video talks about that visually.
"There's the fire coming up and then we go into this magical world, where we're like, 'F**k it, let's do what we want!'"
Foxes has announced the title of her debut album as Glorious, which will be released in March 2014.
Foxes recently admitted her shock when she discovered that Katy Perry is a fan of her music, adding: "She told people to check out Foxes, which is amazing... unless she meant the actual animal!"