Cole Phoenix is looking for somebody to hold in her latest single Touch — showcasing today on Tinnitist.
“This is about holding onto someone and loving them for who they truly are,” the chart-topping, award-nominated dance-pop artist muses. “All guards down. When making music, you need to shed all masks and be genuine to truly connect, to Touch your audience right,” she continues. “It’s a little … No, it’s a LOT like love. You have to release your inhibitions and realize you have more to gain and nothing to lose when you show for who you are — the real you. That’s the path to finding true love and forming touching music.”
Originally from Australia, and first on the scene in 2012, Cole Phoenix (Nicole Pentis) also has acting, scriptwriting and authorship credits to her name. She was nominated for a New Music Award as Best New Top 40 Artist of the Year, and has been a semi-finalist in the International Songwriting Competition twice for singles Catch-22 and Cannibal. Speaking of singles, her song UFO hit #1 on the Top 40 Internet, #3 on the AC/Hot AC Internet, and #10 on the Hot 100 Singles charts, while Back Back To Me and Stone Woman racked up radio play the world over.
2020 has seen Cole Phoenix’s signature blend of pop, soul, electronic and rock whirl together in releases Diamond, Endless Love, Ready to Live and Superhero. Recorded at The Warehouse with vocal engineer Alex Krotz, Touch was written with Los Angeles-based producer Guy Gabriel. “Recording at Bryan Adams’ studio in Vancouver’s historic Gastown gave a nice Touch to the experience,” she quips. “Gastown is a magical place.”