Following on from her superb single “Back To You“, British singer/songwriter Karen Harding kicks back with the follow up, “Wrong Places”, ahead of her debut album.
Her debut single “Say Something” was a huge chart hit in 2014, achieving Platinum status and now Karen is ready to finally release her album “Take Me Somewhere”, later this month.
Karen accompanies “Wrong Places ” with a video, which features the singer interspersed with dramatic clips of volcanic eruptions and natural selection as Karen addresses the chaotic landscape of navigating love in the dark trance anthem.
The song is already receiving strong radio support and proving to be the latest in Karen’s extensive range of hits. She has worked with the likes of Galantis, Armand Van Helden and Oliver Heldens, to drop a few names, sang Kylie and cites Mariah, Whitney and Janet Jackson as influences.
Karen is of the most sought-after voices in dance music and “Take Me Somewhere” features a number of her close friends and collaborators. The record launches with the multi-million streamed hit “Undo My Heart”, with Digital Farm Animals, she also teams up with house music superstar Van Helden on “Wings (I Won’t Let You Down)”, while Shift K3Y joins Karen on the huge club anthem “Morning”.
“Take Me Somewhere” comes nine years after the release of “Say Something”, which was co-written with MNEK, and which stormed the charts with its infectious house and Karen’s soaring voice. From the inclusion of “Say Something” to her new single “Wrong Places”, “Take Me Somewhere” showcases the spectrum of Karen Harding’s career to date and is a true labour of love that’s been a decade in the making.
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