Emerging singer/songwriter Caitlyn Scarlett has delivered her up-tempo new single ‘Nightmares’, a collaborative production with Segal which has been used by the BBC as the title track to hit drama ‘Clique’ (written by ‘Skins’ creator, Jess Brittain).
Amassing over ten million Spotify streams on her previous releases, Caitlyn’s ‘Nightmares’ showcases the Londoner’s dynamic vocal range, and displays high energy following a soothing, downtempo build.
Utilising vibrant chord patterns, the track features a strong electronic segment and demonstrates the outstanding vocal prowess and organic writing talent that underlines Caitlyn’s meteoric potential.
Listen to ‘Nightmares’ by Caitlyn Scarlett x Segal on the Shoot Music New Releases Playlist on Spotify.
After signing a publishing deal with BMG in the summer of 2017, Scarlett has been the subject of high demand thanks to a number of productions, including her smash ‘Shangri-La’, described by The Line of Best Fit as “another massive track that blends unselfconscious pop sensibilities with a whopper of a climax”.
Though it was Jack Wins’ track ‘Free Wheelin’ – released on Axwell’s label Axtone – which she wrote and featured on that saw Caitlyn skyrocket, with the record currently sitting on over 14 million streams on Spotify alone.