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📅 Released27 April 2018
⏳ Length20:29
🏷️ LabelAsthmatic Kitty
🤑 ProducerShara Nova, The Twilite Tone
My Brightest Diamond chronology
This Is My Hand
A Million and One

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Champagne is the fifth studio EP from the American rock group My Brightest Diamond.


The five-track EP was released as a digital download with Asthmatic Kitty, on 27 April 2018.[1] It contains the song "Champagne," along with two remixes by Monty Luke and Valley Hush, which are more electro-sounding, and a version sung in French, and the song "A Million Pearls."[2] Both songs appear on the full-length album A Million and One. A vinyl pressing of "Champagne" and "Another Chance" was also released in 2018. It was produced by Shara Nova, with additional production by The Twilite Tone, mixing by Andrew Scheps, and mastering by Helge Sten at Audio Virus Lab. The song "Champagne" was inspired by the May Angelou poem, Still I Rise.[3]

WCPO calls the EP "synthy-layered goodness [with] Nova's voice tak[ing] center stage, powerful and finely tuned." They call the title-track "upbeat and bright," and say the song "A Million Pearls" has an "emotive, introspective vibe, perfectly supported by Nova's ethereal crooning."[4]

Track listing[edit]

2."All Million Pearls"3:05
3."Champagne - Monty Luke Update"6:59
4."Champagne FR"3:27
5."Champagne - Valley Hush Remix"3:32
Total length:20:29


  • Thomas Bartlett – synths
  • Earl Harvin – drums
  • Shara Nova – vocals and synths
  • Vincent Taurelle – synths


  • March, Kim (20 December 2018), "Premiere: My Brightest Diamond's French Has Never Sounded Better on dolltr!ck's "Champagne" Remix", Flood, retrieved 4 April 2019
  • Hojsak, Sarah (30 May 2018), "My Brightest Diamond will bring their art-pop to the Philadelphia Museum of Art in July", WXPN, retrieved 13 April 2019
  • Sacher, Andrew (19 October 2018), "My Brightest Diamond announces new LP, shares song, touring with Stars", BrooklynVegan, retrieved 4 April 2019
  • Smith, Emmalee (13 May 2018), "My Brightest Diamond makes electronic chamber pop rock", WCPO-TV, retrieved 4 April 2019

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