Single Review: Ida Corr – “I Found Her”


I’ve always thought Ida Corr was one of the most underrated pop singers of our day. Sure, the Danish vocalist has had several brushes with mainstream American radio, including the massive 2007 dance hit “Let Me Think About It” with Fedde le Grand, but she has so much more to offer. Corr has a fantastic voice, and her music is always light years ahead of what you’ll hear on current radio. So when she returns with something new, it’s always something to truly be excited about.

Set over gritty, dirty beat, “I Found Her,” Ida’s brand new single, is another shining example of her deep understanding of pop music and what it takes to make a unique, memorable song. Sonically, the track is propelled by  a consistent rhythmic melody and an unforgettable hook. Don’t let “I Found Her” fool you though, there’s a positive message just below the slick production. It’s a song about finding yourself and accepting all sides of who you are. It’s something we all hope to fully grasp one day: true happiness comes from within. “Taking my doubts to the graveyard, hoping that nobody will find them. I found her hiding in my heartache,” she sings. “I’m so glad I found her.” Both atmospheric and poetic, “I Found Her” is a journey well worth taking.

“I Found Her” is taken from Ida Corr’s forthcoming album, Corr Values, which drops worldwide on October 28th by Lifted House. “I Found Her” is out now on iTunes.


Jared Braden

Jared Braden is a music enthusiast and blogger who loves all things pop and dance. He is always on the lookout for new and exciting pop acts to bring to you.