Singer, songwriter, DJ and artist Camden Cox has delivered her scintillating new single ‘Elevated’. Listen HERE.

Lacing elements of pop and trance with synth melodies, ‘Elevated’ is topped by Camden’s hypnotic vocals which creates a euphoric and dance-floor ready track. Speaking about the release Camden says: ‘Elevated is about being addicted to passion. You’ve reached the most chaotic and euphoric feelings in this situationship, and you’ll do anything to feel that over and over again. You’ll get high together to avoid reality – go dancing together to avoid talking – and make love to avoid breaking up. You wanna stay in this bubble together until the end of time’. 

‘Elevated’ follows Camden’s latest single ‘Over’ which has garnered over half a million streams, and received a wealth of support from the likes of BBC Radio 1, Kiss Dance, Capital Dance, Charlie Hedges, Mistajam and more.

2022 is already shaping up to be a huge year for the rising star, who recently performed at Electric Woodlands, the Capital Weekender alongside Diplo, Mistajam, and James Hype, as well as Miami Music Week and the DJ Mag x Spotify’s Noteable Live Stream alongside Noizu, Steve Mac, Nostalgix and more.

Having amassed almost 50 million streams on Spotify alone, Camden Cox has cemented her reputation as one of dance music’s most sought after singer/songwriters. She has previously released on iconic imprints including D4 D4NCE and collaborated with globally renowned producers including Eli & Fur (‘Burning’), Joe Stone (‘Mind Control’), Just Kiddin’ (‘Stay the Night’), Jaded (‘Moment’), Tiesto, Gorgon City, 220 Kid, Anabel Englund , Sonny Fodera, Dombresky, Noizu and more. Not stopping there, Camden has garnered support from key tastemakers including Clash, The Line of Best Fit, Notion, 1883, BBC Radio 1’s Danny Howard and MistaJam who called her “one of the most prolific songwriters in the dance music world“.

‘Elevated’ is out now and looks set to cement Camden Cox’s reputation as one of the UK’s most exciting artists to watch.

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