The magical Neon Hitch is an eclectic British-born pop singer-songwriter who beams playfulness, femininity, and mystique. Her true life story is more vivid than most people’s fantasies — as a child growing up on a bus in the English countryside she traveled as a trapeze artist and circus performer before turning her love of poetry into songwriting. Now based in New York City and Venice, CA by way of London (where she was flatmate to Amy Winehouse) and India, Neon is truly a “woman of the world” whose first major break came as a featured vocalist on the Gym Class Heroes’ smash single, “Ass Back Home.” During this time she grew as a songwriter as well, working with heavyweights like Bruno Mars, Imogen Heap, Sia, Ryan Tedder, Rivers Cuomo of Weezer, and others. Neon penned 3oh3!’s “Follow Me Down” for the Alice in Wonderland film, as well as Ke$ha’s no. 1 single, “Blah Blah Blah.” The artist’s own singles, “F U Betta” and “Gold” both reached no. 1 on the Billboard dance charts.
Neon’s new release “Yard Sale” is about leaving the past behind and letting go of the stuff you don’t need – literally and emotionally. The last couple years have been tough for me – I was drowning in emotional baggage that I couldn’t let go of, while fighting for my creative freedom,” said Neon Hitch. “A huge weight has been lifted now as I’ve finally taken my freedom back, and I feel more alive than ever. This song is a personal anthem of liberation!”