Acclaimed singer, songwriter, DJ and artist Camden Cox has delivered a stunning acoustic version of her latest single ‘Over’. Watch the video HERE.
Shot at The Qube Studios, the stripped back edit of ‘Over’ laces subtle piano keys with the raw vocal talents of Camden Cox and brings her emotive vocal performance to the fore.
Speaking about the acoustic Camden says: ‘Over is that transition from breaking up, to actually being without them. It’s over, but both of you are yet to let go… It’s still natural to touch, therefore it’s not really over until they’re gone. I wrote this in lockdown as I feel a lot of us will have gone through the same thing! Relationships were truly tested during that time but there wasn’t an escape. I want the lyrics to shine through in this acoustic version, and to tell my story. I love stripping back my music so that the audience can get deep and personal with me, and in this version there’s a gorgeous string arrangement alongside the emotional piano’
With the original surging to almost half a million streams, ‘Over’ is showing no signs of slowing down. The track has gained a place in Capital Dance and Kiss Dance’s playlists and has garnered key tastemaker support from The Independent, Hunger, Notion, Pop Justice and more.
Tonight, Friday 11th March, Camden will play a massive performance at The Capital Weekender Live with MistaJam and Friends on Virgin Voyage’s brand new cruise ship Valiant Lady alongside an all star lineup including Diplo, Mistajam, Tom Grennan, James Hype and more.
‘Over’ is Camden’s first single since signing with RCA, but it’s by no means her first floor-filler. She has already amassed over 45 million Spotify streams and has carved a reputation as one of dance music’s most sought after singer/songwriters. Camden has previously collaborated with globally renowned producers including Eli & Fur (‘Burning’), Joe Stone (‘Mind Control’), Just Kiddin’ (‘Stay the Night’), Tiesto, Gorgon City, 220 Kid, Anabel Englund , Sonny Fodera, Noizu and more. Not stopping there, Camden has garnered key tastemaker support from MistaJam, who called her “one of the most prolific songwriters in the dance music world” as well as BBC Radio 1’s Danny Howard.