Releases New Video for
“Some Like It Hot” via ELLE.com Today!
Happy Neon + 301 to Paradise
Available On All Digital Carriers Now
Full Length Debut Album Eleutheromaniac Coming Soon!
NEW YORK, NY – Friday, June 5th – Eclectic British-born pop singer-songwriter Neon Hitch is excited to announce the release of her new video for “Some Like It Hot,” a track off of her critically acclaimed mixtape, 301 to Paradise, that features Kinetics & One Love (Eminem, Nicki Minaj, B.O.B). The music video was created entirely from home videos that Neon recorded herself, chronicling her life on the road. PRESS HERE to check it out now and stay tuned for more details on the artist’s highly anticipated full length debut album Eleutheromanic to be announced in the coming weeks!
Following her recent emancipation from long-time record label, Warner Brothers Records, Neon recently released her two successful EPs Happy Neon and 301 to Paradise digitally for the first time. Both collections are full of whimsical defiance and beautiful rebellion – embodying Neon’s unique sound that she has dubbed “gypsy pop.” PRESS HERE to listen on Spotify and PRESS HERE to download on iTunes now.
The magical Neon Hitch is an eclectic British-born pop singer-songwriter who beams playfulness, femininity, and mystique. Her true life story is more vivid than most people’s fantasies — as a child growing up on a bus in the English countryside she traveled as a trapeze artist and circus performer before turning her love of poetry into songwriting. Now based in New York City and Venice, CA by way of London (where she was flatmate to Amy Winehouse) and India, Neon is truly a “woman of the world” whose first major break came as a featured vocalist on the Gym Class Heroes‘ smash single, “Ass Back Home.” During this time she grew as a songwriter as well, working with heavyweights like Bruno Mars, Imogen Heap, Sia, Ryan Tedder, Rivers Cuomo of Weezer, and others. Neon penned 3oh3!’s “Follow Me Down” for the Alice in Wonderland film, as well as Ke$ha’s no. 1 single, “Blah Blah Blah.”The artist’s own singles, “F U Betta” and “Gold” both reached no. 1 on the Billboard dance charts.