UK Pop artist Eve Christina has recently released her third single “My Place”, prepare to be enamoured. The accordant Alt Folk Pop single captures the complexities of modern relationship dynamics and compels you to find the resonance.
There’s something incredibly refreshing about the upbeat tone of My Place. Despite the quasi-romantic tragedy which is unfolding through the lyrics, Eve Christina succeeded in creating a warm and comforting track. The kind of track you’d turn to anytime you want a reminder that complicated relationships don’t have to leave you in a pit of self-pitying despair.
With reminiscences to Kate Nash’s conversational style of Pop along with plenty of Eve Christina’s own personality and style weaved into the accordantly sweet track, it boasts both accessibility and distinction. It’s hard to see how Eve Christina won’t wind up in the Pop charts.
Up and coming London-based Pop artist May Roze is due to drop her game-changing latest single “Drown Me”. The artful genre-crumbling soundscape encapsulates trending moody vibes whilst also incorporating timeless nuances of Baroque Pop.
Kate Bush’s sound may never venture into sultry Electronic Pop but Drown Me gives you a good idea of what it would sound like if she did. With a sound so ahead of the curve, it’s hard not to anticipate big things to come from May Roze in the future.
You can check out Drown Me for yourselves by heading over to May Roze’s SoundCloud page.
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UK based singer/songwriter/aspiring producer, Cat Rose returns with her 2nd single ”This One’s For You”. Reflective & truthful, Cat’s new song is a powerful Pop single all about losing the one that we used to love. Sometimes breakups are tough to handle but they need to happen in order to move on.
”This One’s For You” is the follow-up to 2019’s ”Money” which was her debut track. I like Cat Rose’s style, she is very creative and likes pushing the boundaries. The build up is big for this song and the result is certainly fantastically executed. The hook is haunting, you feel Cat’s pain of being let down and of hearing excuses from her former lover. Her vocal ability is endless and the way she keeps the attention of the listener in a such a simple way, is so great to see. I could see Cat Rose on a Rock, Hip Hop or Folk song, she seems to have such a variety of skills stored away in her locker.
This is a young performer who is testing the waters and bringing out some progressive music ,while looking very stylish at the same time with lots of hairstyle changes. With a loyal fan base looking after her back, Cat is one of the new upcoming UK female artists that are going to start dominating the scene very shortly.
With her pure voice, touching lyrics and constant creativity, Cat is merely scratching the surface with her talent, which will be seen and heard globally in a very big way. I hope that the gifted Cat Rose is put onto some awesome festival lineups in the near future, she will most certainly impress.
Stream this great track on Cat’s Spotify and don’t look back.
With a video featuring a choreography of bodies dancing in writhing moves within an empty space as if they were pushing away the insecurities of an uncertain love affair, UK based singer-songwriter BRAVVN has dropped her new single What Happens Next.
What Happens Next is a suave interpretation of alternative pop with an anti-mainstream melodic catchiness, falling into the indie-pop category through lo-fi sounds and light-hearted arrangements gently deployed by the use of electronics.
Although musically akin to the likes of major artists such as Dua Lipa, BRANN has developed her own style through not only her music, but also her love of dance, video-making, and outfit design.
You’ll see her all-around talent as soon as you go check out the video for What Happens Next on Youtube.
Even a lockdown couldn’t get in the way of up and coming Pop artist Nickita’s creative ingenuity. On April 7th the official homemade video to her single “You’re All I Want” premiered, even my slightly cold and damp soul feels a little warmer for seeing it.
Forget fast cars, sandy beaches and other snapshots of hedonistic glamour, seeing people step up to the plate to entertain the masses achieved more than a professional production ever could. The beaming faces of resilience were the perfect visual pairing to the smoothly romantic sun-soaked Pop hit.
There are hints of 90s Pop nostalgia weaved into the mix, but commercial appeal drips from the euphorically enamouring soundscape where Nickita’s soulful talent is undeniable.
You can check out the official video to You’re All I Want for yourselves by heading over to YouTube now.