Almost from the beginning, Brooke Fraser knew she could get hits.
The New Zealand performer has notched up hit singles in her native land, with 2010's 'Something In The Water' rattling around the globe.
But the singer wanted to go deeper, to explore further. Brooke Fraser went back into the studio, vowing to challenge herself, to knock back boundaries, barriers.
"I knew from the start I had to make myself uncomfortable," says Brooke Fraser. "Because I knew I wanted something different, and I wouldn't get that if I did what I had always done."
Spending two years writing her new album, the New Zealand talent recently undertook recording sessions with Bat For Lashes' collaborator David Kosten.
Working in his Ladbroke Grove studio, new cut 'Psychosocial' has already made waves. Mature but with an innocent gaze, it finds Brooke Fraser moving further, faster than ever before.
FTSE has stepped in on remix duties, playfully toying with Fraser's vocal. It's a deft re-work, one which flushes house tones through the production while retaining the sharp-edged emotions of the original.
Check it out now.