I’ve been a bit obsessed with Queen Of Hearts‘ latest offering “Neon”. A continuance on the Londoner’s one-producer-per-song thing, the John-Myers-produced track is creamy, smooth electro-pop with sweet vocals and hooks in all the right places. This is what I imagine a Rachel Stevens single would sound like in 2012, and that’s high praise! There’s also a hint of Supernature-era Goldfrapp as well. Basically it’s the best thing she put her name to. Hurrah!
STREAM: Queen Of Hearts – Neon
You can also grab a free download of the Daft-Punk-esque Lightwaves remix here.
I can’t wait to hear the other new track, the Sound-Of-Arrows-produced “Tears In The Rain” – all the signs point to another potential pop beauty.
Queen Of Hearts, a fresh, unsigned British electro-pop artist, has been hotly tipped for a while, and for good reasons too. Her latest track “Where Are You Now” is a dreamy dose of melancholy italo-disco pop that will most certainly appeal to fans of Sally Shapiro, or Annie‘s work with Richard X. In fact, Queen Of Hearts has indeed worked with Shapiro’s producer Johan Agebjörn for a track called “The Last Day Of Summer”, for his new album “Casablanca Nights”. One to watch, excitingly.
Queen Of Hearts – Where Are You Now