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Her Releases ‘Her Live Tape #3’

Her releases Her Live Tape #3, which was recorded live at the band’s sold out show at Olympia in Paris earlier this year. The tape features five songs, including an exclusive track, “Are You Still Here?” and a cover of Elton John’s “Rocket Man.” See the full tracklisting below.

In celebration of Her Live Tape #3, the band premieres a live performance video of “Are You Still Here?”—watch it here.

Her’s critically-acclaimed, self-titled debut album was released earlier this year—listen here. The album has sold over 50 thousand copies worldwide and has over 64 million global streams to date. Her features the band’s hit tracks, “We Choose,” “Neighborhood” and “On & On” (feat. AnnenMayKantereit & Roméo Elvis). Her recently debuted the video for their latest single, “Icarus,”—watch here.

While still in school, the half-German Victor Solf and the French Simon Carpentier met in 2007, bonded like long lost brothers, started making music together equally informed by old school soul a la Otis Redding and post-Yeezus hip-hop and formed Her in 2015. Success followed as the breakout “Five Minutes” soundtracked Apple’s “Shot on iPhone” campaign and eventually generated over 8 million Spotify streams. The duo released a pair of EPs Her Tape #1 and Her Tape #2, spawning fan favorites such as “Quite Like,” “Union,” “Her” and amassing over 20 million cumulative Spotify streams. Merging artfully seductive and provocative visuals and dreamy newer wave pop with a jazz undercurrent, the boys crisscrossed the globe in support of the EPs, including making waves stateside. In the middle of it all, unbeknownst to anyone but those closest to him, Simon lost a long, quiet and arduous battle with cancer in August 2017. With his friend’s spirit always close by, Victor worked on what would become the duo’s 2018 major label full-length debut, Her [Republic Records].




Her Live Tape #3 Tracklisting:

1. “Are You Still Here?” (Exclusive Track)

2. “Neighborhood”

3. “Wanna Be You”

4. “Shuggie”

5. “Rocket Man” (Elton John cover)


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