HARLOE feels the force of love in “PWR RNGR”

The power of love is tangible in pop artist HARLOE’s newest track, “PWR RNGR.” Growing up in Queens, New York around her Ukrainian and Romanian family, HARLOE has tried to add diverse culture and language to her music, and she’s succeeded so far. Along with her own music, she’s written for pop queens like Britney Spears and Charli XCX. So, it’s safe to say that she definitely knows what she’s doing.

A succulent bass and hazy harmonies like Kali Uchis, “PWR RNGR” is an undeniable bop. Her voice can vary between strong and soft, supported by sweet background singers. The production twinkles and soars with high-pitched synths. Even Mick Jenkin’s feature is a flowing addition to the track, aiding in HARLOE’s love testimony. As she’s displayed in other tracks, she bares her truth and feelings in her lyrics.

Get lost in the fogs of pink, orange, and purple in the accompanying music video, too. In it, HARLOE asserts herself as a cool and lively artist. Take a listen to HARLOE now ahead of the releasee of her upcoming EP.

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