Campbell Unveils debut single ‘Don’t Move'

New Zealand's singer/songwriter Campbell has unveiled her debut single, Don't Move. This song was written and produced by Simon Ratcliffe from Basement Jaxx.  The pair met in 2015 when Campbell spent a month in London to come and work in her music after completing high school.




Don’t Move is a soulful, sultry track with a modern production edge infused with R&B vibes, which makes her sound difficult to pigeonhole. There’s a depth to Campbell’s voice and songwriting which defies her short 19-years on this planet.  She describes her sound as, 
Somewhere between alternative pop and where I think future R&B is heading.

Campbell who cites influences ranging from The Black Keys and Arctic Monkeys to Lion Babe, Chet Faker and James Blake, says this single,
Hits home closer to anything else I’ve written. When every move looks like a mistake sometimes it’s best to “Stop, stand still” for a while. I’m still not sure if it’s a warning or a wakeup call. Maybe somewhere in the middle.
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