|Single by Sarah Harding|
|from the album Threads|
|Released||7 August 2015|
|Label||Underdog Management Limited|
"Threads" is a song by British recording artist Sarah Harding. It was released on 7 August 2015 in the United Kingdom as Harding's solo debut single."Threads" was written by Harding with the collaboration of Julie Thompson and Ben Cullum. It is part of a homonymous EP. It failed to enter the main charts but achieved second position on the UK Physical Chart.
The single, along with the EP, was removed from the majority of streaming and download sites in 2020.
Harding has performed the song at night clubs and on TV. Her performance on the British breakfast television programme Lorraine generated controversy due to what was considered poor lip syncing, with Harding being heavily criticised on social media.
The music video was directed by Jon White and released on 27 July 2015. It features Harding singing in front of a band, dancing between two cornered walls, riding a mechanical bull and standing in a cube wearing latex clothes.As of 2020, the video is no longer available to view.
|United Kingdom||7 August 2015||Digital download||Underdog Management Limited|
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