RACHAEL FAHIM RELEASES HER BEST SONG YET, 'DARTS IN THE DARK'
Updated: Nov 26, 2021
LISTEN TO 'DARTS IN THE DARK'
Following the massive success of her debut EP Iconic and the recent summer smash, ‘Middle Ground,’ vocal sensation Rachael Fahim is delivering more pop-country gold, with the alluring ‘Darts In The Dark.’
Rachael co-wrote ‘Darts In The Dark’ with hit-writers Robby De Sa (who is also the producer of the track) and Ned Philpott, plus US writer Rosi Golan, who has written hits for the likes of Little Big Town, Billy Currington, Lennon Stella and Christina Aguilera.
“When we wrote this song, I was talking about how life can be so hard sometimes and how I often feel stuck while everyone around me is moving forward, especially in relationships. #singlelife,” says Fahim.
“Rosi had this amazing title and the song literally just fell out!” “By the end of the session, I realised that although life can be a rollercoaster, you just have to sit back and enjoy the ride and just focus on what you’re doing.”
“Don’t get distracted and stray off your own path,” she says.
‘Darks In The Dark’ is the follow-up to Rachael Fahim’s first Red Dog Recordings release and biggest hit ever on country radio, ‘Middle Ground.’
The song spent a massive 5 weeks at #1 on the official Australian Country singles airplay chart over the summer period.
Rachael Fahim has also been the most streamed emerging Australian female pop-country artist for the last 3 years with over 11 million audio streams since the release of her Iconic EP.
The 2017 Starmaker winner has previously been globally promoted as a “Countrywide” feature artist on Apple Music and an “Artist To Watch” on Spotify.
Rachael also achieved commercial pop radio airplay with the single, ‘Even If I Wanted To’ featuring Brad Cox in 2019.
UPCOMING TOUR DATES
October 29 – ‘Dart’s In The Dark’ Single Launch, Wildfire, Glebe NSW
January 18 – Country Rocks The Park, Tamworth, Toyota Park, Tamworth NSW
January 19 – TCMF 50th Anniversary Concert, TRECC, Tamworth NSW
March 5 – Capital Country Festival, Commonwealth Park, Canberra ACT