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Rich with emotion and a breezy production, Northern NSW-based singer/songwriter Kita Alexander has today shared her cathartic new single Memories Of You co-written with Teddy Geiger. She has also announced her forthcoming EP ‘The One’ will be released on November 18. 

Memories Of You is a patchwork of creative influences, equally inspired by The Killers use of chord inversions and an old chorus she wrote with Teddy Geiger. Kita takes aim at a man still haunting her memories with his actions, calling him out for his past wrongdoing in song. It builds and gathers layers as it progresses, shifting harmonically from a place of pain to strength, emerging into its final turnaround with synths, drums, backing vocals and a melody worth mining the vault for.

“It’s been a hard pill to swallow knowing that the majority of my girlfriends and women in my life have all experienced sexual abuse in some form. I really hate that my story will resonate with more than a few girls. Although it’s hard to publicly come out and tell my story, I hope that by releasing this song, others who have experienced sexual abuse and those haven’t told anyone about it won’t feel so alone. And I hope that the men who listen to this song will digest it’s true meaning and have it in the back of their heads, on repeat, always.” Kita says of the song.

Now with over 133 million global streams under her belt, an impressive catalogue of critically acclaimed pop-anthems including 2 ARIA Gold singles (Damage Done and Like You Want To), ARIA Platinum Between You & I and the 2x ARIA Platinum single Hotel, 2 EPs and not to mention countless adoring fans around the globe, Kita is now gearing up for the release of her forthcoming EP The One. Set to feature previous heart-on-sleeve singles Run, Storm and Ocean Blue, this EP highlights Kita’s vulnerable storytelling intertwined with strong earworm hooks.


Listen to Memories Of You HERE
 Pre-Save ‘The One’ EP HERE


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With thanks to Warner Music Australia

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