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Cascada Return WIth New Dance Album

The latest act influenced by 1970s Disco, Cascada front woman Natalie Horler returns to the fray with her self-penned ‘Studio 24’ composition.

In a recent interview with The Sun newspaper’s Bizarre column, the now 42-year-old singer (who recently sang on Jax Jones’ remix of ‘Never Be Lonely’) talked about her soon-to-be-completed song by saying “It’s inspired by the times of [New York club] Studio 54.” “We’re doing a take in a more modern disco style. I’m so excited about it because it’s been a while since I’ve done a whole album. It’s nearly finished.”

Using her friends’ experiences of heartbreak as inspiration for the upbeat floor-fillers, Horler added:

“I haven’t done a lot of songwriting on my own so I’m more than excited to be able to put my own tracks on this album.” “I’ve been fortunate not to have gone through too much heartbreak, but I’ve had many friends that have and when you’re close to them, you know what they’re feeling. I write from their experiences.”

Adding that she was once asked if she’d send her “worn socks” to a fan on social media, the singer/songwriter said “I don’t really get weird things, but it does happen once in a while. Recently someone messaged asking if they could have my worn socks.”

In 2013 Cascada represented Germany at the Eurovision Song Contest in Malmö, Sweden with ‘Glorious’, but after finishing in 21st place, the European act enjoyed a series of hot singles with ‘Everytime We Touch’, ‘What Hurts the Most’, ‘Evacuate the Dancefloor’, and ‘Miracle’.

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Author: Saul Goode

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