Indiana is pleased to announce her hotly awaited debut album NO ROMEO, which will be released August 11th via Sony. A scintillating preview of the full length comes now with new single 'Heart On Fire', premiered by Zane Lowe as his Hottest Record.
Opening with an exotically futuristic build before emerging into a feat of majestically glittering state of the art dancefloor pop with echoes of classic Robyn or Kylie Minogue, 'Heart On Fire' sets an extraordinarily addictive and enticing tone in anticipation of Indiana's debut full length and reinforces her as one of the UK's most hotly tipped new artists.
The single will be ahead of the album on August 4th and accompanied by a remix package featuring cuts of the track from Bobby Tank, Grum andIYES, as well as a BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge performance of Gorgon City's 'Ready For Your Love'.
The announcement arrives hot on the heels of the Nottingham sirens' breakthrough single 'Solo Dancing' which has seen her enter the top 20 single charts and enjoying regular rotation on BBC Radio 1. The track has accumulated well over a million plays online and has become a regular spin for Annie Mac and Zane Lowe among many others, as well as winning accolades from publications from Popjustice to Soul Culture, Clash and MTV Iggy.
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