The highest-selling female Australian artist of all time, Kylie Minogue dug out old times and marked a huge milestone in her singing career.
On June 4, the 17-time ARIA Music Awards winner, fired up her social media accounts so as to celebrate the 19th release anniversary of her hit ‘Love at First Sight.’ The 53-year-old artist released a short clip from the music video for the song and then credited co-songwriters while revealing the story behind the song.
As known, the song from Minogue’s eighth studio album ‘Fever‘ was dropped on June 10, 2002, through Capitol. In its release year, ‘Love at First Sight’ boasted generally positive reviews both from music critics and audiences; what’s more, it peaked at no 23 on the Billboard Hot 100 list.
On Twitter, by shouting out to songwriters, Richard Stannard, Julian Gallagher, Ash Howes and Martin Harrington the singer wrote the following message in honor of 19th anniversary:
“I’ll never forget the excitement of writing #LoveAtFirstSight with @biffco, Ash, Julian and Martin. We were in Dublin and we dived into pop, dance and dream landscapes. (Hello ‘Light Years’) Take Us To The Pop Stars On The Moon!”
Minogue concluded her words by saying that the song always fills her with Joy.
Besides, the singer released the same post through her verified Instagram account. In the caption section, Japanese-British singer-songwriter Rina Sawayama acclaimed Grammy-award winning star and her hit with these words:
“This song and this whole Fever record literally shaped the way I listen/enjoy/connect with/feeşl pop. Also remember wanting cargo pants and heels so bad! An immortal record and icon.”
See below to view the mentioned tweet.
I’ll never forget the excitement of writing #LoveAtFirstSight with @biffco, Ash, Julian and Martin. We were in Dublin and we dived into pop, dance and dream landscapes. (Hello ‘Light Years’) ✨ Take Us To The Pop Stars On The Moon!!! pic.twitter.com/VMegGEuc2E
— Kylie Minogue (@kylieminogue) June 4, 2021