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British label Relentless Records put forward an independent offer. The album's lead single, "Hold On", was released in the UK in August 2007, débuting at No. On 10 December 2007, it was released in Europe through Relentless under the title Have Yourself a Very KT Christmas.
Although Relentless co-founder Shabs Jobanputra recognised the potential in the quality of Tunstall's voice and songs in the early 2000s, his assessment then was that she "wasn't ready yet" and so together with Tunstall's manager, Jobanputra discussed "the process of how we saw her happening and how we would work, why we thought the songs were great, why we thought she was great, and why it could really work if we took enough time." Her debut album, Eye to the Telescope, was released in late 2004. In 2008, Tunstall recorded a song for the album Songs for Survival, in support of the indigenous rights organisation Survival International.
Tunstall studied at Royal Holloway, University of London.
She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Drama & Music in 1996.
Released in 2004, this album launched her music career.
She said that while writing and recording the album, she found a new sound she called "Nature techno", which mixes organic instrumentation with electronic and dance textures, much like Björk has been doing since 1993.
At a media showcase in London, Tunstall offered an unusual description of the songs from her forthcoming third album: "Like Eddie Cochran working with Leftfield".
She has released six albums internationally: Eye to the Telescope (2004), Drastic Fantastic (2007), Tiger Suit (2010), Invisible Empire // Crescent Moon (2013), KIN (2016) and WAX (2018).
She has also appeared in two episodes of the comedy series This is Jinsy on Sky Atlantic.
She returns indoors and is seized by the fear that she could have been killed.