Every week, Music News and Liberty Music look at the best new releases from emerging and self-releasing artists.

Drew Davies – ‘Man On The Run’

Growing up in the outer city worlds of Yorkshire, singer-songwriter Drew Davies took the plunge to move himself to the capital, where he has since become a well respected member of London-s thriving music scene. Taking influence from artists such as The Killers, his latest single ‘Man On The Run’ delivers a strong and confident return as he treats us to a stunningly captivating indie-rock belter.

La Bouquet – ‘Sad People Dancing’

With their forthcoming debut album ‘Sad People Dancing’ due out on the 26th April, LA-based trio La Bouquet have now shared the title-track for their forthcoming full-length. Bringing together a mixture of post-punk and pop-rock ideals, the band’s latest release gives as a solid and memorable journey into their own unique style.

Faradays – ‘Snow’

Physicist by day, musician by night, Dutch frontwoman Faradays aka Karindra Perrier brings her fascination for the world of science to her latest single ‘Snow’. Combining her soft yet soaring vocals with a mellowed bed of alt-pop production, her latest release manages to bring together these two polarised interests into one awe-inspiring composition.

Digame Lou Lou – ‘Reality’

Having made a name for herself as the frontwoman for rock trio Tequila Mockingbyrd, the band’s singer Louisa Baker now returns with a new moniker and new direction for her debut solo single ‘Reality’. Moving away from the raucous intent of her formative outfit, the vocalist is now reborn as a glittering pop entity, but still manages to retain plenty of raw energy.

Nimino – ‘Too Old’ ft. Alex Larsson

With fellow artists such as Mura Masa and SG Lewis lining up to give him praise, London-based producer Milo Evans aka Nimino has now broken the first major milestone of his career with his debut EP ‘Vara’. Starting off with the luxurious ‘Too Old’ with vocalist Alex Larrson, he has delivered a truly mesmerising cut that takes his experimental intentions to a whole new level.