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‘True love still exists’ - Singer hoping new single written for fiancee will be a hit

PUBLISHED: 14:01 13 October 2020 | UPDATED: 14:01 13 October 2020

Jake Aldridge has written and produced a love song for his fiance Lisa. PHOTO: Liz Bishop Photography

Jake Aldridge has written and produced a love song for his fiance Lisa. PHOTO: Liz Bishop Photography

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A singer is hoping his thoroughly modern romance will translate into a hit after releasing a new single.

Jake and Lisa met on Tinder in January 2018. PHOTO: Liz Bishop PhotographyJake and Lisa met on Tinder in January 2018. PHOTO: Liz Bishop Photography

Jake Aldridge, from Harleston, met his now fiancee, Lisa Hartgrove, on dating app, Tinder, and their relationship blossomed.

Now the 32-year-old has written new single ‘King of the World, released on November 6, with the hope of showing that true love is out there, even in the digital age.

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Talking about the inspiration behind the song, Mr Aldridge said: “The song was written especially for my fiancee, Lisa. I played it to her for the first time on the night that we got engaged. I actually began writing the lyrics on the same day that I went to buy the ring for her.

Jake's father was tragically struck by lightning when he was eleven years old. This inspired Jake to write music. PHOTO: Liz Bishop PhotographyJake's father was tragically struck by lightning when he was eleven years old. This inspired Jake to write music. PHOTO: Liz Bishop Photography

“Lisa and I have a very special relationship. It’s unlike anything i’ve ever experienced before.”

He added: “The music video really helps to tell our story further and I hope it’s a little reminder to those losing faith, that true love does still exist.”

Mr Aldridge is originally from Reydon in Suffolk.


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