Britt Lari is getting “Wild” with her new single


For the past two years, electronic artist Britt Lari has been making her way well into the dance music scene.  Having signed to major labels, landed sync deals with fashion brands and TV shows, and been featured on various radio stations and online playlists, Britt is more than capable of resonating with audiences around the world.  Through these various outlets, Britt has been able to pull in almost 1 million listeners per month, with no signs of slowing down any time soon.  As she continues to dominate, Britt is adding to her unique collection of songs with the release of her newest single, “Wild.”

A little bit of indie pop, a little bit of funk, “Wild” is a dynamic listen from start to finish.  The track’s relaxed verses give way to exuberant horn-infused choruses, exemplifying the untamed nature of its name.  Its overall message of embracing the moment and not taking life too seriously comes through in the lyrics, where Britt sings, “People say I like some weird things / Isn’t that the point in life?” and concludes, “I’m going wild.”  You can check it out below.

As to how the track came to be, Britt shares,

“‘Wild’ is a special track because it allowed me to immerse myself in it from every angle.  I literally went wild with production and had a blast expressing my personality with the writing and singing.  Inspired by Big Gigantic, I had to send it over to Dom Lalli and he ended up adding his touch of production, which took the track to a whole new level.  As if getting to work with one of my role models wasn’t enough, this track also surprised me by landing a sync placement on HBO Max’s The Sex Live of College Girls through my sync agency, Low Profile NYC.  I could not be more grateful to Dom, Low Profile, and DK Projects for helping me bring this project to life!”

You can listen to “Wild” on platforms like Apple Music and Spotify.

Keep up with Britt Lari:  Facebook // Instagram // Twitter // YouTube // Website


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