Kelly Clarkson Demo “Trying To Help You Out” Leaks

2017 is giving fans plenty of Kelly Clarkson music, and not just new song from her upcoming album, Meaning Of Life. Following leaks of four demoes this summer, our fifth Kelly Clarkson leak is called “Trying To Help You Out”. Astute fans may recognize the title. That’s because Kelly recorded backing vocals on this very song when singer Ashley Arrison released her studio version back in 2010. The track appeared on her album, Hearts On Parade. Kelly and Ashley co-wrote it with Aben Eubanks.

This demo of “Trying To Help You Out” was likely recorded around 2008 or 2009. Listen to Kelly’s solo version of the song below:

You can compare this to the 2010 studio version released by Ashley Arrison:

“Trying To Help You Out” is just the latest in a surge of Kelly Clarkson leaks this year. Last month, country demoes “Feel It Coming On” and “Soap & Water” appeared online. A couple weeks ago, older demoes also leaked. “Searching” is a leftover from Thankful, whereas “It Doesn’t Really Matter Anymore” seems to be an early All I Ever Wanted outtake.

Besides the old leaks, Kelly Clarkson has also released some brand new music this year. “Love So Soft” is the first single from her upcoming album, Meaning Of Life, out October 27th. Kelly has also released her new ballad, “Move You,” and performed the album track “Whole Lotta Woman” live.

You can pre-order Meaning Of Life now and get instant downloads of both of Kelly’s new songs. You may want to check out the physical bundles Kelly offers at her official site. “Love So Soft” and “Move You” are also both available on Spotify.

Catch up on all we know about Meaning Of Life, and keep checking back here for all the latest Kelly Clarkson music news.

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