Every week, Music News and Liberty Music look at the best new releases from emerging and self-releasing artists.
Mokita – ‘Inside Out’
Having originally learned piano and sung in a choir at the age of six, singer and songwriter Mokita aka John-Luke Carter has now found himself wielding the acoustic guitar as he shares his latest single ‘Inside Out’. Combining simple melodies with a progressive electronic production, the Nashville-native looks to take the world by storm with this soft and wistful serenade.
David Ellis – ‘Eyes To The Sky’
With his eagerly awaited debut album ‘Misty Heights’ set to drop in August, London-based singer-songwriter David Ellis now returns with his latest offering ‘Eyes To The Sky’. As a self-styled purveyor of “pagan rock”, the artist looks to bring together a mixture of heartfelt melodies and uplifting rhythms to deliver this wonderfully sweeping blend of folk and psych-pop influences.
Montaigne – ‘Ready’
Following on from the previously unveiled track ‘For Your Love’ in April, Sydney-based singer Montaigne now looks to continue the support for her debut full-length with the bold and thunderous ‘Ready’. With soulful and soaring vocals of Jess Glynne colliding with the pounding percussion of Florence & The Machine, this new release cements her as one of the most exciting and energetic emerging artists of the moment.
Callum Beattie – ‘Without You’
Since making his debut with the 2017 EP ‘We Are Stars’, Scottish artist Callum Beattie has quickly become one of the most talked about new artists working today. With his distinct and uplifting style of songwriting, the singer now returns with ‘Without You’. Taking his pop-rock cues from contemporaries such as The 1975, this new return sees the frontman bigger and bolder than we have heard from him before.
Fushia – ‘Gold’
After the release of their latest single ‘Dreams And Stardust’ captivated and enthralled in equal measure earlier this year, the Danish twin sisters Fushia have now returned to share their beautifully composed new single ‘Gold’. By bringing their uniquely haunting vocals to a bold and warped production, the duo have delivered one of their strongest returns to date, one that will surely become a huge talking point for the sisterly pair.