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Coco Morier/

Songwriter, artist, producer

Coco Morier

Coco Morier is a songwriter, artist, and producer that has assembled a remarkable resume of hits and song placements all over the world.

Some of Morier’s best-known work includes five songs recorded by Britney Spears over three albums, including “How I Roll,” which Rolling Stone named the “Best Pop Song of 2011.” Varied artists such as Tom Jones , Selena Gomez , Ellie Goulding and Demi Lovato have engaged Morier’s songwriting skills, leading to chart-topping pop hits in Germany, Australia and Sweden as well as the #1 U.S. Billboard Dance track “Dirty Talk” ( Wynter Gordon) . In 2011, she penned Lena's "Taken by a Stranger" for the German entry for Eurovision Song Contest . Coco has performed as a solo artist and with her band Electrocute in festivals and venues including a headlining spot at Roskilde festival sharing the stage with Lykke Li , Miike Snow and Chrissie Hynde. She also toured as guitarist for legendary French singer/actress Charlotte Gainsbourg.
Coco is currently working from her studio in Los Angeles, writing with various artists and composing film and TV music. She recently co-wrote Super Mario Brothers Theme Song with Galantis and Charli XCX for a Nintendo Theme Park in Tokyo as well as the 100million + streamed single for Ava Max, Salt. She's also produced the two first singles of her new electro pop all-girl band Daughters of Noise! and two full length albums as Electrocute for Extreme Music .

In residence in 2020 at Les Dominicains with Oren Shaï, their aim is to experiment with a solo concert format that combines different artistic and particularly visual influences. The convent offers a platform for collaborative work that facilitates this approach and provides expertise in audience engagement through immersive visual spaces.