Felix Cartal Shares Video for ‘Only One’ Featuring Platinum singer and Songwriter Karen Harding and Announces New Album
After Felix Cartal teamed up with pop icon Karen Harding on the stunning single ‘Only One’ released on the 7th of May, followed by a tongue-in-cheek video. Felix Cartal has already released several hit singles from the album, including ‘Mine’ with Sophie Simmons, and ‘Love Me’ (which are both certified platinum in Canada) with ‘Love Me’ (featuring the singer LIGHTS) also winning the Dance Recording of the Year at the Junos 2020. His previous single, ‘Get What You Give’ also reached platinum, and Felix’s last single, ‘Happy Hour’ with Kiiara was featured on 32 Spotify New Music Friday playlists as well as Billboard’s Best New Dance Tracks. Along with those already released singles, Felix shares the remaining track listing and reveals the album art below.
Karen Harding’s impressive body of work now surpasses 400 million combined Spotify streams. After the worldwide success of her last single ‘Un-Do My Heart’, with Digital Farm Animals now passing 20 million streams, her current UK single with Shift K3Y titled ‘Morning’ is on airwaves across the world. Hailing from Durham County, Karen will next be leading into her first-ever mini-album due in July on Ultra Music.
Felix Cartal says about the video: “We all have that one friend that takes karaoke a little too seriously… Continuing at the same dive bar’s karaoke night where the Happy Hour video left off, we see a patron channeling her inner Karen Harding and crushing the performance. Inspired by the aesthetic of early 2000’s videos like Fatboy Slim’s “Weapon of Choice”, we wanted to create a lyric video where a dance interpretation of the song is the main component, and are really pleased how it turned out.”
Felix Cartal and Karen Harding create the perfect song to let loose and embarrass yourself to. Who needs a heartfelt love song when you can be a little too excited, a little too happy and a little too vibrant for the surrounding crowd? Encapsulating all of the silly little aspects that come with falling in love, ‘Only One’ is that drunken soaring anthem that arrives in your heart just after the first kiss.