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  • Hatchie Releases New Song “Lights On”

  • Australian singer-songwriter Harriette Pilbeam, aka Hatchie has unveiled a new song “Lights On” from her upcoming sophomore album “Giving the World Away”.
    The song is the fourth single off of the album, following “This Enchanted”, “Quicksand” and “Giving The World Away”.
    It was written by Harriette Pilbeam and Joe Agius. Produced by Jorge Elbrecht. The accompanying music video was directed by longtime collaborator Joe Agius.
    “It started with a drum beat inspired by Siouxsie and the Banshees' "Kiss Them For Me", which we had been chatting about the night before when we met up to discuss references for the record,” Hatchie said of the song in a press release. “The song is about a tumultuous, secret relationship that is coming to a crossroads. Feeling completely and utterly spellbound by one another, but realising it might not work out despite the fact that no one else has ever made you feel as good as they do. I feel the biggest emotional attachment to this song because it was like a lightbulb moment after feeling unsure of my writing abilities and what direction I wanted to take the album in. I avoided co-writing with anyone other than Joe (Agius) for years because I didn’t think I would thrive in that setting but the two days we worked with Jorge completely changed my mind.”
  • The new album comprises 12-track and is set to be released on April 22, 2022.
    “There's more to me than just writing songs about being in love or being heartbroken -- there's a bigger picture than that,” she explained of the album. “This album really just feels like the beginning to me, and scratching the surface - and even though it's my third release as Hatchie, I feel like I'm rebooting from scratch.”

  • Photo by Lissyelle
  • source : Apple Music
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