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Anabel Englund Drops Her Debut Album ‘Messing With Magic’

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Anabel Englund has released her debut album ‘Messing With Magic’ on MK’s AREA10/Ultra Records.

Connection is a staple in Anabel’s songwriting. ‘Messing With Magic’ is a stunning 10-track collection of vibrant, emotion-tinged songs including a string of collaborations with some of the most revered artists in dance music.

A multi-talented singer-songwriter who has worked with some of the most respected DJs and producers in dance music, Anabel Englund garnered widespread acclaim when she linked up with Jamie Jones and Lee Foss in 2012 to form Hot Natured. Their single “Reverse Skydiving” has amassed over 15.2 million streams on Spotify alone, immediately asserting Englund’s status as a force to be reckoned with. More recently she released tracks with the likes of Disciples, Dirty South, TCTS, Detlef, and Mike Mago.

Things kick off with MK and Nightlapse’s remix of “So Hot,” a killer club rework that has racked up nine million Spotify streams and landed Anabel the first of her two #1 dance music radio chart-toppers this year.  Album cut “Picture Us” landed her at the top for the second time on national dance music radio in addition to her first #1 on the Billboard Mix Show chart.

MK reappears later in the record on “Underwater,” a slick, synth-driven cut that sees Englund’s delicate vocals take centre stage. Hot Natured tastemakers Lee Foss and Jamie Jones both also make an appearance, lending their Midas touches to the infectious bassline of “Warm Disco” and silky house vibes of “Messing With Magic” respectively.

Further highlights come in the form of album closer and forthcoming single “Burn It,” a poignant, piano-led ballad that sees Englund depart from her trademark electronic sound, and new releases “Float,” a similarly affecting house cut, and sparse, bass-heavy “Spell My Name.”

Listen to it in full below and grab a copy HERE

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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