Samantha Harvey returns with 80s-tinged pop banger, Don't Call It Love

Samantha Harvey is back with the festival-ready summery cut, 'Don’t Call It Love'.

Speaking of the uplifting single, Harvey said: "'Don’t Call It Love is a relatable song about when you meet someone you like but don’t want to put a label on it, because you are scared that once you do things will have too much pressure and fall apart. The lyrics are deep and meaningful but the production with the acoustic guitar gives it a happy vibe. I’m looking forward to belting this one out on tour!”

The 80s-tinged pop banger follows February's dance bop, 'Company', with EDM duo Sondr.

Meanwhile, Harvey - who has previously shared a stage with the likes of Rita Ora, Nick Jonas and Craig David - has a bunch of shows this summer.

The British singer-songwriter will join HRVY and Gracey in supporting Anne-Marie on August 29 at Scarborough Open Air Theatre.

And, on August 28, the Surrey-born star will share a stage with Joel Corry and John Newman at The Witcombe Festival in Gloucester.

Stream 'Don't Call It Love' below: