Tuesday, January 10, 2012

LEVON REVEALS NEW TUNE

She impressed many within the blogosphere with her debut single 'Naughty' last year, but it appears that former Panjo 5 member Elen Levon isn't done just yet, revealing that she's off to impress the Chinese this month and that a new single will drop here in Australia in February.
The new track 'Like A Girl (In Love)', was penned by Rogue Traders frontman James Ash and is due to hit radio across the country early next month. She'll be filming a video for the clip in Cambodia, presumably on her way back from her upcoming trip to China, where she'll perform for an expected television audience of one billion people.
She'll be singing a track co-written with Brian McFadden entitled 'Sun Burns Out' and she'll be performing the track in Mandarin.
Elen is undoubtedly excited about the gig.
"It’s an amazing honour to have been invited to perform at this very prestigious festival… I still can’t believe there will be over 1 billion people tuning in to see my performance – it’s mind-boggling! What a great start to 2012."

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

lov her want the track i also am going to screem if i dont get some new cher lloyd music into me and i want to no any info about madonnas next single also a shout out to my band 3 acomperny

Anonymous said...

hay aus pop is the saturdays on your radar getting a pysical realese

auspOp said...

Hey Anonymous #1 & #2,

The latest information we have on Madonna's single was posted in the middle of December;

http://www.auspop.blogspot.com.au/2011/12/madonna-single-album-release-confirmed.html

No Saturdays on the physical horizon in Australia, so you'll have to import from the UK.

The auspOp team

Anonymous said...

Hay can u bring back aus pop radar

auspOp said...

Hey Anonymous #3,

We stopped publishing the 'radar' section almost two years ago because we couldn't guarantee the authenticity of the list.
Given we're not really into publishing non-factual information, we decided to discontinue it.

The auspOp team

Emi said...

I love how none of the comments have anything to do with the article.
Anyway, that is a major achievement. 'Save My Life' is ridiculously good too.