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Hurts to collaborate with Leona?
Hurts and Leona Lewis both want to collaborate.
The British pop duo think they would be a good match to work with the 'Better In Time' singer because they both have a "sad" quality to their songs, and Leona said recently she is "totally in love" with the band.
Singer Theo Hutchcraft told X Magazine: "Wow! I only heard about this today. It's amazing. We always talked about it actually. She's amazing. 'Bleeding Love' is one of the best pop songs of the last ten - no 15 years. It's such a compliment.
"One thing that's powerful in her voice is sadness and what we do well is sad pop music. When we first started making music, we'd dream of writing songs and giving them to somebody to work their magic with them. She seems like the perfect person for that."
Theo also said he thinks Leona is an "incredibly beautiful woman" and that he would like to do a duet with her.
Hurts' debut album 'Happiness' is available now.Posted on 14 Oct 2010 16:30 to category : Music News
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