Follow Me Down

Album: Almost Alice (2010)
Charted: 89
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  • For their contribution to the Almost Alice soundtrack, the 3Oh!3 duo were joined by British female vocalist, Neon Hitch. The London-based artist co-wrote the track and her other writing credits include Kesha's chart hit, "Blah Blah Blah." Raised in a gypsy family of circus performers, Hitch travelled Europe performing as a fire dancer and a trapeze artist, before leaving home at the age of 15. She was at one time the flatmate of Amy Winehouse.
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