Scarlette Fever (born Karen Louise Barrow in Hertfordshire 1981) is an English singer-songwriter. Debut single "Crash and Burn" was co-written by Scarlette Fever and Metrophonic, mixed by Cenzo Townshend (Snow Patrol) and produced by Julian Emery. Crash and Burn has received high rotation on BBC Radio 2Ôs B-List and the Jason Nevins remix reached number 2 in the Music Week Commercial Pop Club Chart. It has also been favourably reviewed by titles like GT, Mizz, Bliss and Sugar Magazine. Her second single "Black and White", (which was released May 1st 2011) was Co-written by Alex Smith from Metrophonic (James Morrison) and mixed by Cenzo Townshend (Snow Patrol). The album Medication Time, was released in June 2011, which also features the single You Don't Know My Name, co written with Grant Black and featuring a sample from the John Barry Midnight Cowboy soundtrack. Barry also allowed Scarlette the use of Give Me A Smile, an instrumental from his 1999 album, The Beyondness Of Things, complete with lyrics by Don Black.