Her Majesty & the Wolves

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Her Majesty And the Wolves
Origin London, U.K.
Genres Dance
Years active 2010 (2010)–2012 (hiatus)
Labels Chime Entertainment
Associated acts Pussycat Dolls
Website www.hermajestyandthewolves.com
Members Kimberly Wyatt
Spencer Nezey

Her Majesty & the Wolves is a musical duo that consists of ex-Pussycat Dolls member showgirl Kimberly Wyatt, who provides lead vocals, and Jupiter Rising member Spencer Nezey, who acts as MC and producer for the group.[1]


Wyatt and Nezey first formed the group after a strong musical connection was made when working on Kimberly's debut studio album in Los Angeles. When recording her debut album, Kimberly became frustrated when most of the producers that she worked with were focusing on "making something that people will listen to now". Whereas Nezey wanted to make something that "people will listen to in the future", which Kimberly agreed with.[2] The duo released a new track, "Glaciers" on 27 August 2010 as a free download from their website.[3][4] On 9 November 2010, the duo released the official music video for their first mainstream single "Stars in Your Eyes". The group released "Stars in Your Eyes" as their first official single on 10 January 2011.[5] On 11 July 2011 their debut album 111 was released in the UK. Kimberly Wyatt tweeted on Twitter that there was gonna be a 111: Part 2 in 2013 maybe 2014.

Musical influences[edit]

The duo have stated that their musical influences include Florence and the Machine, Sia Furler, Empire of the Sun and Ladyhawke.[6]


Studio albums[edit]

  • 111 (2011)
  • 111: Part 2 (TBA)
Track listing
  1. "HMATW Intro" – 2:27
  2. "Stars in Your Eyes" – 3:37
  3. "Walking on the Sun" – 3:16
  4. "Emerald Showers" – 4:28
  5. "Shades of Grey" – 3:09
  6. "Goodbye/Goodnight" – 3:09
  7. "Dream" – 1:08
  8. "Never Come Down" – 4:01
  9. "Glaciers" – 4:04
  10. "Spinning Circles" – 4:01
  11. "Rise" – 1:24
  12. "Head in the Clouds" – 3:20
  13. "Nocturnal" – 1:39
  14. "Cut Me Down" – 3:10
  15. "Our Love" – 4:54
  16. "Mantra" – 1:56


Year Song Chart peak positions Album
2010 "Glaciers" 111
2011 "Stars in Your Eyes"
"Goodbye, Goodnight"


  • "Glaciers" (Ashtrobot remix)[7]
  • "Glaciers" (Roksonix remix)[8]
  • "Stars in Your Eyes" (Sidney Samson Club Remix)[9]


  • Her Majesty & the Wolves Presents: Spring 2010 Mixtape

Music videos[edit]

Year Song Director
2010 "Glaciers" Jess Holzworth
"Stars in Your Eyes" Justin Harder
2011 "Goodbye, Goodnight" Asher Brown


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