Caitlyn Scarlett releases "Shangri-LA"
Alternative pop singer-songwriter Caitlyn Scarlett has released her electro-pop single Shangri-La, written by Caitlyn and produced by Eddy Atlantis (Raye). With influences ranging from Kate Bush to M.I.A., Shangri-La fuses soft electric guitar verses which build into a hit-you-in-the-face power chorus. 

Caitlyn says of the track
Shangri-La is based on the classic novel ‘Lost Horizon’ written by British author James Hilton, a book about escaping to a nirvana first imagined by an English creative who also craved adventure outside of grey London. The lyrics ‘shards of glass reflect the evening sky and ‘I think of peach blossom’ is actually talking about The Shard skyscraper at sunset, which coincidentally houses a restaurant on the top floor named the ‘Shangri-La.

Born and raised in a small village called Bray, Caitlyn Scarlett started songwriting at the age of nine. A self-taught guitarist and pianist raised in a musical household, she left home at seventeen for the bright lights of London, a move that looks to have paid off in spades as Caitlyn becomes one of the UK’s hotly anticipated acts for the year.