Karmin: ‘Pulses’ Album Giveaway!

Today marks the official release of Pulses, the debut full-length album from platinum-selling pop duo Karmin! Building off the success of smash singles like “Brokenhearted” and “Hello,” the duo and real-life engaged couple – consisting of Amy Heidemann and Nick Noonan – finally prepped a full record that is well worth the wait. Featuring the singles “Acapella,” “I Want It All” and writing and production credits from Ester Dean, The Messengers, Jon Jon, The Elev3n, 3OH!3, and much more, Pulses is an eclectic album packed with thrilling and innovative pop numbers that showcase Amy and Nick‘s talents to the best of their abilities. The twosome sure have come a long way – There’s something here for everyone! In celebration of the release we are giving away 3 copies of the album. Find out how to enter below – good luck!

How To Enter: (U.S Only!!)
Leave a comment below with your full name, email address, and favorite song from the album.
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  1. Matt

    My favorite song is #hatetoloveyou #tidalwave #neonlove #gasoline #drifter

    Dang thats 5, the album is so good woohooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Alex Mikol

    Alex Mikol
    My favorite song is “Neon Love.”
    I’ve been visiting your blog for about 6 years now and I love everything you’ve done with it over the years! It’s great to see you have so much success. Keep up the great work!

  3. Tyler

    I saw them live in February and they were great! (the booze helped too 😉
    My fav song would have to be “What’s In It For Me”

  4. Gil Braham

    I like Karmin and hope they move rapidly to greater things. I really do. I know that the singer and keyboard player are married, and that that has lots of “cute” appeal. But it seems to me that they are, at this point, filling the spot left vacant long ago by The Captain and Tenille. I think they could go a lot farther if their promotion focused on the singer and the keyboard player moves to the back line. She is the star and should be promoted as such. Yes I know they cowrite and coproduce and they shouldn’t change that but her husband has a really, really plain, vanilla stage presence (almost none). Their management should develop them in a direction that focuses uniquely on the singer at least as far as the public is concerned. Until then they’ll continue to be “that cute couple that has a band”.

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