Neon Hitch signs recording deal with Warner Bros. Records


MUMBAI: Warner Bros. Records has signed British singer and songwriter Neon Hitch to a recording deal. Hitch will begin recording her debut album with executive producer Benny Blanco in the next month.


“Neon Hitch is a star!” DioGuardi says. “I fell in love with her voice and personality the first time we met. She is a unique artist who has traveled the world and you can hear those influences in her vocal stylings and melodic and lyrical choices.”


“For the last two years, I’ve been trying to figure out my sound. I’ve decided to just be myself because my life up till now is enough to fill 10 albums’ worth of songs. That’s why I’m planning to call the album Beg, Borrow, and Steal,’ because quite frankly, I have done everything to get where I am now,” says Hitch.


Hitch has co-written Stupid Love Letter, which appears on the Friday Nights Boys’ album Off The Deep End and the When In Rome soundtrack. She also co-wrote the iTunes single Blah Blah Blah on pop star Ke$ha’s album Animal. Hitch has worked with Miike Snow, Greg Kurstin, Mark Ronson, and Toby Gad. A song she wrote with 3OH!3, Follow Me Down, will appear on Almost Alice – a companion soundtrack to the new Tim Burton film adaptation of Alice in Wonderland.