'Solo Dancing', the new single by rising Nottingham songstress Indiana, was released yesterday to enter straight into #8 in the iTunes singles chart, #3 on the iTunes album chart and #1 on the Alternative single chart.
The growing list of achievements, including going on the BBC Radio 1 B-list and Rinse FM A-list, a performance at the Radio 1 Late Live Lounge, the video for the track accumulating over 400k views and Indiana going top ten in the Shazam pre-release chart, further affirms the widespread excitement with Indiana as one of 2014's most promising breakout acts
Following enthusiastically received remixes for 'Solo Dancing' from Joe Goddard and Chris Lake, the latest instalment now comes from 21 year old London beatmaker KAOS, charging the track with futuristic synth heavy trap and a good dosage of lower end.
'Solo Dancing' comes off the back of a stream of successful singles including 'Mess Around', 'Bound', 'Animal' and 'Smoking Gun' which together have garnered over a million views on YouTube, enjoyed wide support from BBC Radio 1 and sent ripples across the blogosphere.
With its evocative and intelligent dance-savvy pop, clear aim and deft execution, 'Solo Dancing' further establishes Indiana as one of the UK's most exciting new voices.
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