Insane For A Moment by Karen Harding


The Melbourne-based artist Karen Harding just released her latest pop/dance single “Insane For A Moment” to a highly anticipated audience…and it doesn’t disappoint…let’s check it out…

Written, performed, and produced by Karen Harding and mixed by Edwin Kraus…” Insane For A Moment” has many sides to it…it’s a genre-fusing composition that has elements spanning a huge spectrum of moods…

With tribal beats, ethereal and dreamy synths, vocal harmonies, a slow-paced background dreamy soundscape and a vibrant lively front-facing beat section, and mesmerizing vocals, Karen crafted an experience more than anything…

Karen has a world-spanning collaborative effort, working with many artists in many places across continents…she worked with some solidly established entities including Argentinian P&M Records, the Cologne Chamber Orchestra, Canadian producer Landao, and

Melbourne Hip Hop artist Serif.

Karen won the 2021 Bendigo Bank-sponsored Radio Eastern songwriter talent show.

She was also nominated as a top 10 winner for the World Songwriting Awards and Best International Artist at the Crags Radio Independent Artist Awards in February 2022.

“Insane For A Moment” is a highly ethereal pop/tribal/dance song, it’s something that you can both dance and relax to…

With all the achievements that Karen has already garnered, we can only see her star shine brighter by the day…we wish you all the best Karen in your musical journey and your life…can’t wait to see what you give us next…



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