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In April, the EMI owned Positiva label resurrects Feverpitch Records to launch an onslaught of sure fire pop monsters. Leading the pack is gorgeous Swedish superstar Velvet, who finally unleashes her massive European hit ‘Chemistry’ in the UK. Already a Top Ten smash across the continent, the song is a club anthem poised to transcend the dance floor and dominate the airwaves this spring.

‘Chemistry’ marks Velvet’s first major assault on the UK charts, following her recent club only hits ‘Fix Me,’ ‘Déjà vu’ and ‘Take My Body Close.’ The song is already causing a commotion online, with a remix by ex PWL maestro Pete Hammond, delighting fans with a nostalgic hunger for the iconic Stock Aitken and Waterman sound of the 80s. The single will also include mixes by Digital Dog, Hypasonic & Agent X, setting the tone for Feverpitch’s forthcoming dance floor domination.

Velvet, born Jenny Petersson is already one of Sweden’s most popular performers. At 18 she moved from her native town Helsingborg to Stockholm, the home of contemporary pop, to pursue her performance dreams. After graduating the legendary dance academy “Ballet Akademin” and dancing with several international superstars (including Meatloaf) Velvet signed her first record deal in 2005. Since then, she has scored seven Top 10 singles and will release her second album ‘The Queen’ this year.

Now signed to Feverpitch, Velvet is ready to take on the UK. Be ready to succomb to her Chemistry.