UK singer-songwriter Harleymoon Kemp has announced her new single, ‘Love On The Radio’, due out March 12th.
On the inspiration behind the track, Harleymoon says; “This song is about believing in the type of love you hear on the radio – and not settling for anything less than that, the kind of whirlwind romance we all crave and ultimately deserve. Those classic tracks let us all know it’s out there somewhere!
I wanted the production to feel like a summer road trip, turning up the volume to fall in love over again. It’s a song for old-school romantics who play records on repeat.”
Co-written with Violet Skies and Bruce Yates, and produced by Fred Abbott of Noah and the Whale, “Love On The Radio” is the follow-up to the Spotify-playlisted single “Lucky” which premiered on the London New Year’s Day Parade broadcast.
In addition to her artist career, Harleymoon’s songwriting collaborations have seen success in multiple genres, with tracks from her song catalogue surpassing 35 million streams on digital services.
Her 2020 debut “Space” rocketed to #1 on the UK country music digital sales chart and featured on Country Hits, Chris Country and BBC Radio. Second single “She Looks Like Me” followed with additional support from CMT in the US, and was added to editorial playlists by major global streaming services.