Nicki French unleashes her highly anticipated pop-extravaganza new album ‘Glitter to the Neon Lights’ on 19th November 2018 through Energise Records.
Nicki’s career rocketed in 1995 when her dance version of ‘Total Eclipse of the Heart’ stormed the global charts, resulting in a top 2 smash both sides of the Atlantic and selling in excess of five million copies – a mean feat not repeated by many to this day. After two hit albums and numerous single releases, she then represented the United Kingdom at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2000 with ‘Don’t Play That Song Again’ which propelled her back into the media spotlight.
A plethora of singles and albums graced dancefloors the world over in the years that followed and then in 2015, Nicki released what would become one of her most popular tracks to date, when ‘This Love’ became a summer anthem and pride favourite. This was followed by the original disco stompers ‘Teardrops (on the Disco Floor)’ and ‘Steal the Crown’ both hitting the top spot of the UK vocal iTunes charts and sending ripples through the charts around the globe. Her latest single ‘On Your Marks, Get Set, Go Away’ sets the tone of the album, bringing back the classic pop sound that has been so sorely missed for many years.
‘Glitter to the Neon Lights’ is what every self-confessed pop music lover has been craving: an album full of high-energy, synth-driven pop beats, a blend of original songs with a few remade classics, and Nicki’s effortless vocals and harmonies - all packaged together with a sprinkling of glittery pop magic.
The 12-track album includes eight original songs written by the likes of Charlie Mason, Peter Wilson, Michael Jay and Gordon Pogoda, and four classic tracks, updated and remade into Nicki’s unique sound. Top-notch Dutch producer Matt Pop features on production duties for all but the closing song, where Pete Ware leads the way to round off the album. Nicki has even teamed up for another duet with her good friend Suzanna Dee to introduce The Dooleys’ ‘Wanted’ to a new generation.
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