Australian Girl Group H3rizon Releases Latest Single, ‘Maniac’ Ahead Of Upcoming Album

Australian girl group H3rizon takes us back to the classic 90s girls group sound of Destiny’s Child, and TLC with their new single ‘Maniac’. The song comes ahead of the release of their new album.

Comprising Bernie, Tay, and Gabby (Bernadette Marquez, Taylah Albert, and Gabrielle Montalbo), the trio’s sound is characterised by their pop/soul/R&B music mixed with their incredible vocal arrangements. Each member of the group has her own style, with Tayla an R&B songstress, Gabby coming from an opera background, and Bernie putting her indie spin on the songs, as well as producing some of their tracks.

The group, which began in 2018 when they appeared on the Australian version of the music reality tv series, ‘All Together Now’, are currently under the guidance of Philippe-Marc Anquetil (known for his work with Little Mix, and One Direction), Jason Lewis (Rogue Traders, and Brad Cox), and Kelvin Avon, who’s worked with P. Diddy, and Erykah Badu. H3rizon has built up a massive dedicated following on both TikTok and Instagram, where they keep their fans enthralled with their stunning vocal performances and acapella harmonies.

Speaking about the song, which has a captivating 90s R&B vibe, with huge vocals and driving beats, H3rizon said,

“We imagined how far we would go if we found out the same guy was cheating on all the three of us. We are all HUGE Dexter fans and joked about how we would go ‘Dexter’ on him if someone did that.”

‘Maniac’ is available to stream and download here. You can find out more about H3rizon and their music online on Facebook, Twitter, InstagramTikTokSpotify, and Apple Music.

Watch the music video for ‘Maniac’ below:

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