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Girls Aloud producer remembers Sarah Harding: “Indie bands loved her”

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Sarah Harding of Girls Aloud, following the announcement of her death from breast cancer yesterday (September 5).Higgins, founder of esteemed songwriting and production group Xenomania, produced Girls Aloud’s debut single ‘Sound Of The Underground’ in 2002, and went on to work on all of their subsequent studio albums and singles.“Whenever we would start a new album Sarah’s enthusiasm for being back was always heart on her sleeve, so excited and so full of optimism of what was next,” Higgins told the BBC.“It’s not that the other girls weren’t, it’s just that Sarah was so animated and going at 100 miles an hour all of the time.”Remembering Harding’s enduring appeal in the indie music scene, Higgins discussed Harding’s regular appearances.

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