‘Sweet Nothing’ is a compelling tune by singer-songwriter Tara Hack

"As soon as I heard Benny D’s instrumental arrangement of what would eventually become ‘Sweet Nothing,’ we were totally blown away, and within an hour, the track was complete"
31 August 2023

Tara Hack, who is a talented NYC singer-songwriter, has released her new pop jam, Sweet Nothing.

Sweet Nothing‘s sound is bittersweet and soulful, with a distinct empathic approach to songwriting and an energy-infused pop rock style. This clearly contrasts with her previous single Utopia, highlighting Hack’s remarkable versatility and artistic growth.

Released via Ben-Addiction Music (Believe), the compelling tune echoes deeply with Hack and her writing partners as soon as they listened to the instrumental arrangement by Benny D, who’s worked with cool artists like Boy George, Kylie, and Robbie Williams, it created this awesome atmosphere that’s both mesmerizing and a little spooky.

Tara Hack shares: “As soon as I heard Benny D’s instrumental arrangement of what would eventually become ‘Sweet Nothing,’ we were totally blown away, and within an hour, the track was complete.”

Sweet Nothing combines dreamy pop rock melodies that effortlessly lead to an irresistible chorus chant, leaving a lasting impression on listeners’ minds long after the music fades out.

Opening with spiritual atmospheric cries, the song envelops the audience in an enchanting sound journey that is all about Tara Hack.

Benny D‘s production prowess takes the finished record to new heights, beautifully complementing Hack’s evocative lyrics and soul-stirring vocals. The addition of co-writer Joe “Two Ton” Killington‘s conversational duet with Hack adds another layer of depth to the song, creating a dynamic and engaging musical dialogue.

Tara Hack‘s path to musical stardom began with humble roots. Growing up, she would often tag along with her conductor dad on train rides and even perform music at stations between Long Island and NYC. She finally took a big step and followed her dreams all the way to London, convinced that this vibrant city would unlock endless opportunities for her artistic journey.

She reveals : “It was a gut feeling; I somehow knew London was where I needed to be to launch my career,”

Her gut feeling was spot on, and it led her to catch the eye of big shots in the industry, like Phil Pickett. You know, the genius behind Culture Club’s mega-hit ‘Karma Chameleon’ that won a couple of fancy Ivor Novello awards.

Her musical journey was supported by Pickett, Benny D, and Joe “TwoTon” Killington, who saw how talented she was and didn’t hesitate to team up with her.

There’s no doubt that Tara Hack is an artist to keep an eye on this year