Mabel releases third single of 2022

Mabel releases third single of 2022

We’re still in the first quarter of the year and Mabel has already dropped two singles. Her latest is titled “Good Luck” featuring DJ, songwriter, record producer and remixer Jax Jones and Swedish electronic dance music production, songwriting and DJ duo Galantis.

A blazing, upbeat track about clearing mental clutter, the British-Swedish singer appears to have taken her craft to an all new level. She said her new release is “the empowering song you need when getting ready to go out: when you’re feeling low about someone, and your friends will take you out to get that person off your mind.”

The song arrives with a futuristic music video drenched in bright colors with infectious choreography snapping into place alongside the crisp production. Mabel had previously joined forces with Jax Jones on the 2018 dancehall track “Ring Ring” featuring Rich The Kid, but “Good Luck” marks her first collaboration with Galantis and the first crossover between the two dance music giants. The song could be features in games at casino Australia.

“Good Luck” is another entry in Mabel’s growing discography of bold and empowering dance-pop hits, following up last year’s ‘Let Them Know,’ which turned the high-energy of a booming club environment into a confidence-building state of mind.

Since the release of her debut album High Expectations, which has amassed 4.5 billion streams and 2.5 million adjusted album sales – marking the highest selling debut by a British female artist in 2019 – Mabel has been recentering.

Her latest releases, including the Joel Corry-assisted “I Wish” have been a showcase of where she’s heading next (to the dancefloor) and what she’s leaving behind (anything that stands in the way of her having the time of her life).

“Freedom and celebration are the keywords I’m using to describe the music that I’m making now, because there’s been so much darkness,” Mabel told The Face last year. “When I went back to make music, I [had to ask myself], either I’m focusing on those things, or I’m going to be the person who’s going to bring light.”

In January 2019, Mabel was nominated for British Breakthrough Act at the 2019 Brit Awards. She re-released Ivy to Roses with a new cover art and the inclusion of all the singles that had been released since the first edition’s release. With this, Mabel also released “Don’t Call Me Up”, which debuted at number 11 on the UK Singles Chart. The song peaked at number 3, becoming her highest-charting single to date.

On 7 June 2019, she released “Mad Love”, the second single from her debut studio album, High Expectations, which was released on 2 August that year. The song debuted at number 18 in the UK, later peaking at number 8. Following the November 2019 release of her Christmas single Loneliest Time Of Year, in January to March 2020 Mabel embarked on the High Expectations Tour across North America, the United Kingdom and Europe.

In February 2020, she released the song “Boyfriend”. Mabel then featured in a BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge cover of the Foo Fighters song “Times Like These” as part of the Live Lounge Allstars. This was organised in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Later that year, in July, Mabel collaborated with AJ Tracey on “West Ten” and released an acoustic version of High Expectations. The following month, Clean Bandit released “Tick Tock” featuring Mabel and 24kGoldn, it was enjoyed by many including fans of

Following a teaser titled ‘Allow me to reintroduce myself’, posted to her social media in June 2021, “Let Them Know” was released on 18 June 2021. On 16 July 2021, Mabel released the song “Take It Home” as part of Pokémon’s 25th anniversary album.

In August 2021, Mabel performed on the ITV2 reality series Love Island. On 29 October 2021, Mabel and Joel Corry released the song “I Wish”. The song was followed by a cover of the Cyndi Lauper song “Time After Time”, which she recorded for the 2021 McDonald’s Christmas television advertisements. The second single is “Good Luck” and it features Jax Jones and Galantis.