Tag Archives: George Flint

Grace Carter releases new single “Fired Up”

19 Oct

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British singer/songwriter Grace Carter has released her new single online.

“Fired Up” is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The track was collectively produced by The 23rd (Becky Hill. Claudia Valentina), Kid Harpoon (Jessie Ware, Lauren Jauregui), Clarence Coffee Jr. (Dua Lipa, Bebe Rexha) and DetoNate (Conor Maynard, Tyler James).

Carter’s upcoming project – featuring previous singles “Heal Me” and “Don’t Hurt Like It Used  To” – is expected to arrive later this year via Polydor Records.

Stream the audio clip for “Fired Up” below.

Grace Carter delivers new promotional single “Don’t Hurt Like it Used To”

10 May

Grace Carter has delivered her new promotional single online.

“Don’t Hurt Like it Used To” is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The track was produced by regular collaborators George and Henry Flint of The 23rd alongside Jamil “Digi” Chammas, whose other credits include Khalid’s “Better,” Ariana Grande’s “Step On Up,” Chance the Rapper’s “Held it Down,” Arlissa’s “Let This Go,” and Jay Sean’s “Luckiest Man.”

Carter’s upcoming project – featuring previous promotional single “Heal Me” (which was co-written by Fabienne Holloway and Fred Cox) – is expected to arrive later this year via Universal Music Group / Polydor Records.

Stream the audio clip for “Don’t Hurt Like it Used To” below.

 

Becky Hill hits the studio with Rachel Furner, The 23rd

14 Jul

British singer/songwriter Becky Hill has teamed up with Rachel Furner and The 23rd for her upcoming debut album under Eko Music / Polydor Records.

Furner’s recent songwriting credits include Alice Chater’s “Heartbreak Hotel,” Kara Marni’s “All or Nothing,” Craig David’s “Love Me Like It’s Yesterday,” The Vamps’ “Personal,” and Catherine McGrath’s “Talk of This Town.”

Meanwhile, The 23rd (composed of siblings George and Henry Flint) are responsible for co-writing and producing singles including Grace Carter’s “Silence,” James TW’s “Say Love,” and Sigrid’s “Plot Twist.”

Hill’s next promotional single “I Could Get Used to This” – which she co-wrote alongside Mike Kintish – is scheduled to arrive later this year.

Her current single “Sunrise in the East” – which was co-written by Maverick Sabre and Peter “Lostboy” Rycroft and collectively produced by ADP and Hit Impulse – is now available via all digital streaming outlets.

Watch the music video for “Sunrise in the East” below.

Grace Carter shares music video for new single “Saving Grace”

24 May

Grace Carter has shared the music video for her new single online.

The visual clip for “Saving Grace” was posted to the British singer/songwriter’s Vevo channel on Thursday (May 24, 2018).

Co-written by Rob Geragthy and collectively produced by Stephen “Koz” Kozmeniuk and The 23rd; “Saving Grace” is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Carter’s upcoming debut project – featuring previous singles “Silence,” “Ashes” and “Silhouette” – is expected to arrive later this year via Polydor Records.

The still-untitled project yields additional alliances with Mike Dean (Beyonce, Kanye West), Justin Parker (Kenzie May, Ellie Goulding), Martin Sjolie (Arlissa, Sam Smith) and Om’Mas Keith (Yuna, Tommy Genesis).

Watch the music video for “Saving Grace” below.

Grace Carter liberates new promotional single “Saving Grace”

5 May

Grace Carter has liberated her new promotional single online.

“Saving Grace” – which was produced by Rob Geragthy alongside Stephen “Koz” Kozmeniuk and The 23rd- is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Carter’s upcoming project – featuring previous singles “Silhouette,” “Ashes” and “Silence” – is expected to arrive later this year via Polydor Records.

The still-untitled collection reportedly delivers additional contributions from Francis “Eg” White, Ilsey Juber, Martin Sjolie, Om’Mas Keith, Fabienne Holloway, Justin Parker, Digital Farm Animals, and Fred Cox.

Stream the audio clip for “Saving Grace” below.

Ellie Goulding drafts Jamie Hartman, The 23rd for new collaboration

19 Dec

British singer/songwriter Ellie Goulding has drafted Jamie Hartman and The 23rd for a new collaboration.

Composed of brothers George and Henry Flint, The 23rd are known for co-writing and producing Grace Carter’s “Silence” [Polydor Records] and Sigrid’s “Plot Twist” [Island Records].

Meanwhile, Hartman’s songwriting and production resume boasts works with Jennifer Hudson (“Burden Me”), Rag’n’Bone Man (“Human”), JP Cooper (“Passport Home”), Kacy Hill (“Lion”) and Birdy (“Shadow”).

Goulding, on the other hand, is expected to release her fourth studio collection early next year via Polydor Records (UK) and Interscope Records (US).

The still-untitled project reportedly boasts further contributions from TMS (Maroon 5), Raye (Little Mix), BloodPop (Madonna), Ilsey Juber (Lykke Li), Andrew Jackson (Skylar Grey), Nate Campany (Carly Rae Jepsen), Justin Tranter (Gwen Stefani) and Noel Zancanella (Tori Kelly).

Stream the audio clip for “O Holy Night” below.

Grace Carter unleashes new promotional single “Ashes”

8 Dec

British singer/songwriter Grace Carter has unleashed her new single online.

“Ashes” – which was collectively produced by Mike Dean alongside George and Henry Flint of The 23rd – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Carter wrote “Ashes” with Adam Midgley, Gerrard O’Connell and Tommy Baxter of London-based group Ritual, who are also responsible for Dua Lipa’s “Hotter Than Hell” and Jasmine Thompson’s “Someone’s Somebody.”

As mentioned in earlier posts, Carter’s upcoming debut project – featuring previous promotional single “Silence” – is expected to arrive early next year via Universal Music Group / Polydor Records.

The still-untitled collection reportedly boasts further productions and songwriting contributions from Fred Cox, Ilsey Juber, Justin Parker, Fabienne Holloway, Digital Farm Animals, Max McElligott, Jordan Riley, Harry James, Paddy Byrne, Om’Mas Keith, Philip Plested, Kane “Kin” Parfitt.

Watch the music video for “Ashes” below.