Kim Petras releases 'Heart to Break' remix EP

The remix EP follows the recent release of her latest "Can't Do Better" and the announcement that Kim will be joining Troye Sivan on his North American Bloom Tour


                            Kim Petras releases 'Heart to Break' remix EP

Kim Petras has released four remixes of her song "Heart To Break." Taking the bubbling synths and hooks of the original track, collaborators JUDGE, Freedo, and Dan Trapp have reimagined the track to make it feel just as at home in an underground club as it does on a summer road trip.

Actor Lea DeLaria and singer-songwriter Kim Petras attend the Lambda Legal 2018 National Liberty Awards at Pier 60 on April 30, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images for Lambda Legal)


Kim is featured in AWAL's "I Am My Own Label" campaign. Focusing on independent artists, who are breaking through without relying on record deals and music's traditional gatekeepers, AWAL's "I Am My Own Label" campaign hopes to empowers artists around the world to succeed on their own terms and as their own labels. 

The remix EP follows the recent release of her latest "Can't Do Better" and the announcement that Kim will be joining Troye Sivan on his North American Bloom Tour, kicking off September 21 in Dallas, TX (tickets are available here).

"Heart To Break" is quickly heating up, having garnered more than 8 million combined streams, adding to Kim's nearly 34 million total streams. The video, a pop fantasy that sees Kim reimagined as a modern day Disney princess finding her dream man, received immediate praise, while racking up over 3 million YouTube views.  

Next up, Kim will be performing at the Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival on August 18, which will feature performances by VERITE, Future, French Montana, Daya, and more.  

Singer-songwriter Kim Petras performs during the Lambda Legal 2018 National Liberty Awards at Pier 60 on April 30, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images for Lambda Legal)

 

Kim was a Spotify RISEartist and tagged as one to watch for 2018. Her video for "Faded" ft. Lil Aaron has more than 1.3 million YouTube views and is a grunge-glam mash-up of gritty industrial vibes and neon colors with to-die-for fashion. Kim's breakout single "I Don't Want It At All" has surpassed 8 million Spotify streams and hit #1 on the Global Spotify Viral Chart just four days after release. 

Since her childhood in Cologne, Germany, Kim has been in love with pop music. It was a window into the bigger world outside of her little town. Kim notably began transitioning with female hormone therapy following her twelfth birthday before making worldwide headlines as the youngest person to receive gender reassignment surgery at the age of 16. 

Kim was recently featured in H&M's "Pride Out Loud" campaign for the brand's LGBTQ-themed capsule line, which is available in stores and online in conjunction with Pride. The collection is also in collaboration with the UN Free & Equal campaign, and sees a portion of global sales going towards their organization.  

Track List

Track 1 - Heart To Break (Freedo Remix)
Track 2 - Heart To Break (Freedo Heartbeat Remix) 
Track 3 - Heart To Break (JUDGE Remix) 
Track 4 - Heart To Break (Dan Trapp Remix)  

Kim Petras' North American Tour dates

9/21      Dallas, TX - Pavilion @ Toyota Music Factory
9/23      Austin, TX - Moody Theatre
9/24      Sugar Land, TX - Smart Financial Center
9/28      Tampa, FL - Mahaffey Theater
9/29      Miami, FL - Bayfront Park Amphitheatre
10/1      Atlanta, GA - Coca-Cola Roxy
10/2      Charlotte, NC - Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre
10/4      Washington, DC - The Anthem
10/6      Philadelphia, PA - Tower Theatre
10/9      New York, NY - Radio City Music Hall
10/11   Montreal, QC - Place Bell
10/12   Boston, MA - Boch Center - Wang Theatre
10/14   Detroit, MI - Fox Theatre
10/15   Toronto, ON - Sony Centre
10/17   Minneapolis, MN - State Theatre
10/19   Chicago, IL - Chicago Theatre
10/20   Milwaukee, WI - Eagles Ballroom
10/22   Denver, CO - Fillmore Auditorium
10/24   Phoenix, AZ - Comerica Theatre
10/25   San Diego, CA - SDSU Open Air Theatre
10/27   Anaheim, CA - House of Blues
10/30   Los Angeles, CA - Greek Theatre
11/1      San Francisco, CA - Masonic Auditorium
11/5      Portland, OR - Roseland Ballroom
11/7      Seattle, WA - Paramount Theatre
11/8      Vancouver, BA - Queen Elizabeth Theatre