Lou Roy – Valkyrie

LA-based singer-songwriter Lou Roy is defiant on her new single “Valkyrie”. On it she calls on the Valkyrie whom she describes as, “female figures in Norse mythology who ride horses through the sky with big, long swords and are very sick.” “It was called “water bottle birthday beat” for months,” Continue Reading

Matilda Mann – February

West London-based singer/songwriter Matilda Mann shares her beautiful new single “February”, which she co-wrote with Lapsley and Jonah Summerfield. It is the latest taster of her Sonder EP which will also feature her previous single “Bloom”. “February is about realising that maybe, the time with your person, is coming to Continue Reading

James Blake – Life Is Not The Same

James Blake confronts the loss of a close friend on his new single “Life Is Not The Same”. The emotive track is brings an urban twist on the singer/songerwiter sound and was co-prodcued by Take a Daytrip. James Blake says, “losing a friend is hard.” He spoke about being overwhelmed Continue Reading

James Lamb – These Old Feelings

Having previously collaborated with others, James Lamb today steps out on his own with his debut solo single. “These Old Feelings” is a lo-fi, Soul inspired Hip Hop track that has singer-songwriter hints about it. “I wanted to create something chilled yet soulful and express my feelings of love and Continue Reading

Avery Lynch – Sh*t People

Avery Lynch tries rise above the negativity on her new single, “Sh*t People”. It’s the lead single from her When It Ends EP which will be released this Fall. The project follows her self-released debut EP, To Love Someone Else and her acoustic EP, As Written, Vol. 1. “I think Continue Reading

Conor Albert – Keep Your Faith

South London-based artist, songwriter and producer, Conor Albert shares his lovely new single, “Keep Your Faith”. He describes it as being, “the most personal, exposing song I have ever released.” The song reflects on the end of a relationship and his attempts to keep it alive. “My ex felt that Continue Reading