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Thursday 23 October 2014

Leah McFall releases first music video on YouTube

The Voice finalist, Leah McFall.

Leah McFall has debuted the first of a series of 'buzz tracks' before her first official single comes out later this year.

As a new batch of hopefuls from Northern Ireland work to make their dreams a reality on The Voice UK, last year's runner-up from Carnmoney has just released her first music video on YouTube entitled No Ordinary Love.

The quirky 24-year-old songbird, who was runner-up to Pomeroy's Andrea Begley on The Voice last year, has been mentored by US music star since the second series ended.

She is signed to's label in the US and to Capitol Records in the UK.

On Saturday No Ordinary Love was uploaded online and so far has received more than 40,000 views. shared the video on Twitter with his 11.3m followers.

Leah told her followers she was thrilled with how her career was progressing and thanked her mentor for his continuing support.

During her time on The Voice Leah had four top 30 songs on iTunes and one Top 10 UK single.

She has 160,000 Twitter followers and 43,000 Facebook fans.

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