Star singer Imogen Heap creates special tokens at Frogmore Paper Mill during Apsley visit

Imogen Heap visited Frogmore Mill
Imogen Heap visited Frogmore Mill

A Grammy award-winning songstress has visited Apsley-based Frogmore Paper Mill as part of her unique new album launch.

London-based Imogen Heap – famous for the 2005 song Hide and Seek which featured on cult US teen drama The OC and was later sampled by R’nB artist Jason Derulo in his hit Whatcha Say – visited the site of the world’s oldest mechanised paper mill last week.

The singer-songwriter, who has also won a coveted Ivor Novello award, tweeted about her experience in the Fourdrinier Way mill.

Her day involved making paper for a series of special tickets which will feature inside her latest release which grants fans entry to a sound check on her 2014 world tour.

Imogen, 36, also created a video which she shared on social network Vine of her time in Apsley.

The new album entitled Sparks will be released in March. Her last album Ellipse came out in 2009 and peaked at number 39 in the UK’s Official Albums Chart.