Sophie Ellis-Bextor returns with her brilliant new single 'Catch You' on February 19th 2007 through Fascination Records. Catch You combines guitars, zingy keyboards and a hook that burrows into your brain and stays there in a three minute spin that washes out nu wave angular guitars with a nagging pop melody. It's destined to cause murder on the dancefloor.
The stunning video, shot in Venice, was directed by uber-director Sophie Muller, the director behind recent clips for Beyonce and Gwen Stefani.
Sophie has spent the past couple of years out of the limelight having a baby [Sonny] and getting married [to Richard Jones from The Feeling]. But now she's back, as Sophie Ellis-Bextor, the pop star. Over the past year she has been working on her new album 'Trip The Light Fantastic' which Sophie describes as "an invitation to dance."
'Trip The Light Fantastic' will be Sophie's third solo album. 'Shoot From The Hip' released just before Sophie became pregnant, included two top ten singles. Her debut album 'Read My Lips' sold 1 million copies in the UK as well as spawning global hits 'Take Me Home' and 'Murder On The Dancefloor'
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