New Song Of The Day: Prins – Follow Me

Today Christchurch’s PRINS urges us to Follow Me in this brand new banger.

Here’s a great way to get your Saturday jumpin! And here’s the record company blurb to tell you all about Follow Me:

PRINSExploring the allure of hard-partying, ‘Follow Me‘ is perfectly suited to the claustrophobic confines of busy nightclubs and tightly-packed dance floors. With its catchy hook and infectious backdrop of tech-house electronica, the single encapsulates the irresistible pull of the dark and destructive.

The hedonistic anthem was co-written and producer by Tom Lee of Lee Mxtthews, who PRINS most recently collaborated with on the Lee Mxtthews single ‘Don’t Say It’ – a song that has now received more than half a million streams.

‘Follow Me’ sees PRINS follow in the footsteps of her electro-pop predecessors Ke$ha and Tove Lo, in the way she wraps raw depictions of self-indulgent excess into accessible and upbeat dance music.

“I’m a danger to myself
I put my mind up on the shelf
And let my demons just have their way”

After kicking off the year with Bay Dreams South and Electric Avenue, PRINS is continuing her string of high-powered performances with three headline shows to support the single-release.

PRINSAfter performing to a packed-out crowd in Dunedin on Thursday night, she’s now setting her sights on Christchurch’s mighty Dux Central where she will play to a home crowd, before heading back down south to play Queenstown’s Yonder on Saturday night.

Tickets for the Christchurch and Queenstown shows can be secured here.

With hundreds-of-thousands of streams to her name and a number of festivals under her belt, PRINS is picking up steam as New Zealand’s next pop powerhouse


Alannah Prins has always had the makings of a great performer. With a background in acting, dancing, and modelling, it was only natural the triple-threat would add another weapon to her arsenal – evolving a lifelong passion for music into her own unique brand of quirky electro-pop. PRINS was born.

A force to be reckoned with, the pop powerhouse is now taking the New Zealand music scene by storm. Having spent the past few years racking up performance experience, PRINS is now becoming a firm fixture on the festival circuit, securing coveted slots at Bay Dreams South and Electric Ave over the 2020/21 summer season.

Reminiscent of industry heavyweights Dua Lipa and Halsey, PRINS’ polished synth-pop sound layers infectious electronica with a dose of sultry rhythm-and-blues, a touch of theatrical flair, and a hint of ’80s disco nostalgia – producing radio-ready dance floor anthems sure to shake the crowd.

With hundreds-of-thousands of streams to her name, the Auckland-born artist has already amassed a legion of loyal listeners with her high-energy performances and potent pop bangers. Despite the difficulties of 2020, PRINS still had a successful year, releasing her debut EP in July. The project’s titular track, ‘Magnetic‘, was co-written and produced by Nick Chrisp and Will Thomas – better known by their alias SACHI. She also collaborated with drum-and-bass duo Lee Mvtthews on ‘Don’t Say It‘, an EDM single with almost half-a-million Spotify streams at the time of writing.

Last year also marked a pivotal step forward for PRINS in the live scene, performing at The Edge NYE Festival in Christchurch’s Hagley Park to a record audience of 22,000. She then took the stage alongside international acts at Highlife’s sold-out Sunsetters Festival in Smales Farm, and later played to another full house at the Ngaio Marsh Theatre. 2020 also saw PRINS join the likes of local hitmakers Church & AP, SACHI, Wax Mustang, Mild Orange, and Fairbrother on the main stage at the Garden Party in October, before making the Go Live Festival line-up a month later. In September, she also embarked on her first nationwide tour.

The Christchurch-based talent is now set to perform her first headline shows of 2021 this April. With a new single on the way and three upcoming shows selling fast, this year is already kicking off with a bang for the dance-pop PRINSess