Haley Pharo offers free download of hyper pop remix of ‘Sorry For Not Being Sorry’

By on September 25, 2014
Haley Pharo

The MuseBox today announced the release of Dekoder’s dance remix of Los Angeles singer Haley Pharo’s recent pop single “Sorry for Not Being Sorry.” The 25 year-old Pharo, whose blend of pop, rock, and R&B has earned her comparisons to Katy Perry and Pink, released Haley Pharo on Haywire Records in April. “Sorry for Not Being Sorry” follows “Prisoner,” the July release that garnered Pharo several positive reviews, including a feature article on PopMatters.com. Haley Pharo was produced by Andrew Dawson (Kanye West, fun., Beyonce). All songs on Haley Pharo are available on iTunes.


According to a recent story in USA TODAY, the Dallas, Texas native Pharo first took the stage at age eight, and began writing songs at eleven. After moving to Los Angeles as a teen to work with renowned vocal coach Seth Riggs, Pharo found herself laying down backing vocals for Michael Jackson while recording with a choir at his Neverland Ranch. Pharo would go on to befriend a who’s who of musical talent, including will.i.am, whom she met backstage when the Black Eyed Peas were touring with Timberlake. “I just stumbled onto a really cool path and ended up getting to know some great people along the way,” she says.


Three songs from Pharo’s debut, “One Eye Open,” “Missing,” and “Your Darling,” were co-written and produced by industry veteran David Palmer. Palmer, a founding member of ABC, is best known for his work with Johnny Marr and The The, whose Dusk reached #2 in the UK album charts in 1992. Palmer worked with his production partner, Chuck Kentis (Rod Stewart, Tina Turner), to bring a cinematic quality to Haley Pharo.


Andrew Dawson, who won a Grammy for his work on Kanye West’s Graduation and Late Registration, produced Haley Pharo. Dawson’s recent contributions to fun.’s Some Nights earned him yet another Grammy. Pharo recently explained why she felt so fortunate to work with Dawson: “Andrew has made some of my favorite records. Being able to sit down with him and pick his brain has been one of the greatest opportunities of my life. He was the missing piece I needed to connect all the dots on this record.”


Pharo views her songs as the starting point in a relationship between she and her listeners: “If I’ve done my job as a songwriter, I have shared my experience directly to the heart of the listener. It’s now also their story, so there is an exchange of emotions.”

For more information on Haley Pharo, visit her social media: OFFICIAL SITE | FACEBOOK | YOUTUBE


Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.