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Louisa Johnson Premieres Video For ‘So Good’

Fresh from a sensational performance on Sunday night’s The X Factor, Louisa Johnson today premieres the video for her new single ‘So Good.

The beautiful video was shot in the Californian desert, Palmdale, by mega director Emil Nava – who has worked with Calvin Harris, Rihanna, Ed Sheeran, Ellie Goulding to name but a few. It plays on the theme of Louisa’s alter-ego, and being so good versus so bad!

Watch here:

http://vevo.ly/GeXV7U

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=svhGUlB9V5U

http://www.vevo.com/watch/GB1101601520

Reigning X Factor champion and youngest ever winner Louisa returned to the limelight last week, heading straight into the UK iTunes Top 5 with ‘So Good’. The track is a cinematic and dramatic instant pop classic, showered in soaring strings and with a dark undertone. Louisa’s stunning trademark vocals are in full force throughout the song proving why she is one of the UK’s most talented and exciting artists.

After winning the show late last year, Louisa has spent most of 2016 working on her debut solo music with some of the biggest writers and producers in the world.  ‘So Good’ was preceded earlier this year by Louisa’s collaboration with Clean Bandit ‘Tears’; the critically acclaimed Platinum selling hit dominated the radio airwaves throughout the summer. Now Louisa is back with her own single and a dramatic new look and 100 per cent ready to prove why she is set to be the next big global pop artist to emerge from the UK.

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