Today, FLETCHER released “Bitter,” her highly-anticipated collaboration with acclaimed producer/songwriter Kito. The track is available now via Capitol Records, download / stream HERE. Watch the provocative video which FLETCHER directed, HERE.
Produced during quarantine over FaceTime, FLETCHER co-wrote “Bitter” several months ago with Kito and Mary Weitz (a close friend who also attended The Clive Davis Institute at NYU). The track is about the relationship in which FLETCHER’s acclaimed debut EP you ruined new york city for me was based upon.
A highly personal story of first love and heartbreak, 2019’s you ruined new york city for me features “Undrunk” — her breakthrough hit that spent several weeks on the Billboard Hot 100, earned the #1 spot on Spotify’s Viral Chart, and emerged as the fastest-rising song at Pop radio from a new artist in the past five years. The EP also includes follow-up singles “If You’re Gonna Lie,” and “All Love.” The EP has over 250M streams worldwide to date. “Bitter,” follows FLETCHER’s “Forever” which Rolling Stone noted finds her wishing to “pause true love…[balancing] her feelings of potentially falling in love with someone with wanting to embrace the freedom of being young and unattached.” A stripped version of single was released last week accompanied by a stunning visualizer HERE.
FLETCHER recently collaborated with Niall Horan on a Spotify Singles cover of Taylor Swift’s “Lover,” earning recognition from the pop superstar as well as praise from Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly and more. Listen HERE.