Singer Duffy offers update, releases new song after revealing she was raped, drugged, held captive

Duffy is updating fans following her shocking reveal of a rape that haunted her past.

Known best for her song "Mercy," Duffy updated fans on what she's been up to recently, which includes promoting an unreleased song.

The 35-year-old songstress took to Instagram on Thursday to share a photo alongside a note, seemingly written to Jo Whiley, an English radio DJ, requesting to play her new tune.

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"Hi Jo (Whiley) Hope you are well and keeping safe," Duffy began. "Wanted to send you this to play on the radio, if you want. You may have read the words I wrote a few weeks back, I do feel freer. Tried to follow up with a spoken interview, but it’s harder than I thought, I will follow up in writing soon."

Duffy then revealed that no one is aware that she's sending a song to Whiley, but she trusts that record label Universal Music will not be upset because "they are lovely people."

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"So here’s a song … here’s 'Something Beautiful,'" said the singer. "It’s just something for you to play people on [the] radio during these troubling times, if you like the song of course. If it lifts spirits. I don’t plan to release it, I just thought a little something might be nice for people if they are at home, on lockdown."

She then signed the note: "Duffy x."

The post was accompanied by a photo of Duffy sitting on the floor wearing a dark-colored dress and heels, her blonde hair cascading down over her shoulders.

Last month, Duffy revealed that she had been absent from the music scene due to a horrific experience involving being drugged, raped and held captive.

“The truth is, and please trust me I am ok and safe now, I was raped and drugged and held captive over some days. Of course I survived," she said in a since-deleted Instagram post.

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She continued: "The recovery took time. There’s no light way to say it. But I can tell you in the last decade, the thousands and thousands of days I committed to wanting to feel the sunshine in my heart again, the sun does now shine.”