Karen Harding has teamed up with fellow singer/songwriter Jem Cooke for a new collaboration.
“Last weekend with the incredible Jem Cooke. So amazing to get to work alongside some lushhh female vocalists,” the British singer-songwriter posted to her Instagram profile on Sunday (February 26, 2017).
Cooke previously wrote songs for Martin Garrix (“Sun is Never Going Down”), Rebecca Ferguson (“Without a Woman”), Nicole Bernegger (“Just Breathe”), James Arthur (“Take My Word for It”), Louis Baker (“Fade”) and Javeon McCarthy (“Lock and Load”).
Cooke’s resume boasts further works with producers and fellow songwriters Naughty Boy, Craze & Hoax, Bradford Ellis, Mojam, Justin Broad, Paul Herman, Levi Lennox, Amish “ADP” Patel, Jennifer Decilveo, Matthew Holmes, Philip Leigh, Troy Miller, and Isabella “Isa Machine” Summers.
Meanwhile, Harding is expected to release her new official single – which follows 2016’s “Open My Eyes” – and first studio collection later this year.
Harding’s guest vocals can be heard on the latest releases by DJ Imanos (“Gunshy”), Giorgio Moroder (“Good for Me”), Wilkinson (“Sweet Lies”), Tough Love (“Like I Can”), Blonde (“Feel Good”) and Arches (“New Love”).
Harding is also known for co-writing Alex Newell’s “Shame” alongside Tom Aspaul and the song’s producers Richard Parkhouse and George Tizzard of Red Triangle.
Watch the music video for “Home” below.