Scarlette has recently become engaged to her girlfriend and has been embraced by the LGBT scene. To celebrate the legalisation of gay marriage in March, she covered Erasure's A Little Respect which was quickly promoted by the UK’s Polari Magazine and Diva Magazine: Erasure themselves called it a "great version".
Scarlette has just finished gigging with the Passport Approved West Coast USA radio tour as well as working on writing sessions and showcases in Nashville. Passport Approved has been credited by the global music industry with playing a part in pushing artists such as Adele, Lorde, Lily Allen, The Temper Trap, Gotye, The Ting Tings. It’s not Scarlette’s first venture across the pond. She has performed multiple times at the Hard Rock, Viper Room and on the Sunset Strip. She and the tour have been featured in North America’s best-selling lesbian magazine, Curve.
The club scene has continually embraced Scarlette’s vocal and writing approach through her collaborations with Jason Nevins and Georgie Porgie in the USA and other prominent UK DJs including 7th Heaven, The Almighty, Loverush UK amongst other, notching up three Music Week top five mainstream chart positions and two top five USA Billboard Breakout entries. Original tracks Crash & Burn and Elated were playlisted on the UK’s BBC Radio 2 too.
Photos credit - John Milios