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Alex and Sierra write new material with Ed Sheeran

13 Sep

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Alex and Sierra have written new material with Ed Sheeran.

It is yet to be known whether the session was intended for another artist or a future release by the American pop duo.

Sheeran’s latest studio collection “X” – featuring hit singles “Sing,” “Bloodstream,” “Don’t,” “Photograph,” “Thinking Out Loud” and “Bloodstream” – is now available for download via Atlantic Records.

On the songwriting front, the “Lego House” star has penned songs for Jessie Ware (“Say You Love Me”), One Direction (“Little Things”), Rixton (“Hotel Ceiling”), Olly Murs (“Love Shine Down”) and Hilary Duff (“Tattoo”).

Sheeran’s resume includes other works with Rudimental (“Bloodstream”), Tori Kelly (“I Was Made for Loving You”), Christina Perri (“Be My Forever”), Taylor Swift (“Everything Has Changed”) and The Weeknd (“Dark Times”).

Meanwhile, Alex and Sierra are reportedly working on their upcoming sophomore album under Syco Music and Columbia Records.

The duo’s first studio collection, “All About Us,” peaked to number eight on the US Billboard 200 Albums Chart and spawned the Martin Johnson-assisted “Scarecrow” and Toby Gad-produced “Little Do You Know.”

Watch the music video for “Bumper Cars” below.

Alex and Sierra reveal debut album “It’s About Us” artwork

13 Jul

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Alex and Sierra have revealed the artwork for their upcoming debut album.

The pop duo christened their debut collection “It’s About Us” and will release it later this year via Syco Music / Columbia Records.

Lead single “Scarecrow” – written by group members Alex Kinsey and Sierra Deaton along with Martin Johnson and Sam Hollander – is now available for download via iTunes (US).

“It’s About Us” is said to feature further songwriting contributions from Sam Watters (Zendaya, Keri Hilson), John Legend (Keyshia Cole, Laura Welsh) and Ruth-Anne Cunningham (Pixie Lott, Britney Spears).

On the production front, Alex and Sierra have teamed up with Toby Gad (Natasha Bedingfield, Candice Glover), John Shanks (Lea Michele, Christina Perri) and Julian Bunetta (One Direction, Fifth Harmony).

Watch the music video for “Scarecrow” below.

Alex and Sierra unveil “Scarecrow” music video

11 Jul

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Alex and Sierra have unveiled the music video for their new single online.

“Scarecrow” marks the first promotional single from the American pop duo’s upcoming as-yet-untitled debut album.

The track was written by group members Alex Kinsey and Sierra Deaton along with Martin Johnson and Sam Hollander, who are also responsible for Karmin’s “Acapella” and Avril Lavigne’s “Here’s to Never Growing Up.”

As previously reported, the highly-anticipated debut album by Alex and Sierra is scheduled to hit shelves and online outlets later this year via Sony Music Entertainment / Syco Music / Columbia Records.

Watch the music video for “Scarecrow” below.

Alex and Sierra release “Scarecrow” lyric video

27 May

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Alex and Sierra have released the official lyric video for their new single online.

“Scarecrow” marks the first promotional single from the American pop duo’s upcoming as-yet-untitled debut album.

The track was written by group members Alex Kinsey and Sierra Deaton along with Martin Johnson and Sam Hollander, who are also responsible for Karmin’s “Acapella” and Avril Lavigne’s “Here’s to Never Growing Up.”

As previously reported, the highly-anticipated debut album by Alex and Sierra is scheduled to hit shelves and online outlets later this year via Sony Music Entertainment / Syco Music / Columbia Records.

Album producers include Toby Gad (Robin Thicke, Kelly Rowland), Julian Bunetta (Fifth Harmony, One Direction), Sam Watters (Jessica Simpson, Keri Hilson) and John Shanks (Avril Lavigne, Kelly Clarkson)

On the songwriting front, Alex and Sierra have teamed up with Autumn Rowe (Tanika, Cher Lloyd), Ruth-Anne Cunningham (Jojo, Britney Spears), John Legend (Fergie, Alicia Keys) and Lil’ Eddie (Usher, Tessanne Chin).

Watch the lyric video for “Scarecrow” below.