Kill Me Softly + Jane Elizabeth Hanley – Catch (Kids At Midnight Remix) | New Music – Conversations About Her

Kill Me Softly + Jane Elizabeth Hanley – Catch (Kids At Midnight Remix) | New Music

Conversations About Her

Kill Me Softly + Jane Elizabeth Hanley – Catch (Kids At Midnight Remix) | New Music

Nu Disco Maestro’s Kill Me Softly have a new piece of timeless pop magic out entitled “Catch” of which features the lovely sugar coated vocals from Australian Singer/Songwriter Jane Elizabeth Hanley, who came to fame through the Pop, Electronic, and slightly nerdy but real Kids At Midnight. “Catch” has been released via Nude Disco Records which is the label offshoot of the monthly Nu Disco Club night which is hosted at Brixton’s Electric Social.

 

Jane Elizabeth Hanley brings a real Pop princess vibe to the track with imprints of Kylie Minogue echoing through her sweet and dreamy Pop vocals, and “Catch” has a real 80’s feel throughout, which Jane has moulded to so well. Describing the new single in her own words Jane said, “a sweet little 80’s classic pop influenced nu disco jam made for falling in love on the dance floor. I had so much fun writing to it and I felt so quickly attached to it I improvised the rough lyrics so quickly, as if I’d written them years ago. (To be honest I actually wrote it from the perspective of Molly Ringwald’s character in Pretty In Pink, I pretended that she chose her best friend Ducky in the end and not Blaine! Which I think we can all agree should have been the real ending)”.

 

As well as the original & club mixes from the Kill Me Softly lads, there are also remixes from rising Swedish star Tobtok, British versatile maestro Ben Macklin who crosses dirty electro, 80’s-inspired Electronica with energetic Funky House, plus a more moody loungey house version from the lovely Kids At Midnight, who are known for their honest music. Catch the remix from Kids At Midnight right below.

 

 

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Kerrie Lobb

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