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

Seersha – ‘Lecture Me’

Having started her career as a writing of country music for other artists back in 2016, Atlanta-based singer and producer Seersha has broken away from her humble beginnings to emerge as a euphoric electro-pop artist as she delivers her latest track ‘Lecture Me’. With comparisons that include Robyn and Purity Ring, the young frontwoman swoons and sweeps her way through this new release, showcasing her talent for transcendent songwriting as it plays.

Swoon – ‘Bubble’

Coming from the musically diverse city of Brighton, Swoon have found themselves at the centre of a melting pot of new and eclectic influences as they now pay homage to their hometown on their new offering ‘Bubble’. Filled with explosive and anthemic electronics, the band’s latest single channels the same tenacious attitude of acts like Crystal Castles to create a bold and unabashed punk-inspired stomper.

Yakul – ‘Getting Late’ ft. Louis VI

With their highly anticipated new EP set to arrive in early August, Brighton-based group Yakul now continue the support for their forthcoming release with their latest single ‘Getting Late’. As the title-track for their new collection, this new summertime jam cements the hallmark sound of their upcoming EP, bringing together a clash of laid-back RnB tones and ambient synths to create a sweeping and luxurious new croon.

R.Lum.R – ‘How This Feels’

With his previous EP ‘AFTERIMAGE’ racking up more than 100 million streams online since its release in 2017, Nashville-based artist R.Lum.R now returns to preview his major label debut album with the sultry new offering ‘How This Feels’. Taking influence from atmospheric RnB acts like The Weeknd, ‘How This Feels’ continues the pulsing and warped direction the singer has made on previous releases, delivering a strong and confident return that oozes seductive energy.

Somebody’s Child – ‘Distance’

Having already racked up hundreds of thousands of streams on his first two singles ‘Toes’ and ‘Make You Alright’ so far, Irish singer and songwriter Somebody’s Child now looks to continue his upward ascent with ‘Distance’. With a distinctly catchy indie-pop sound, the artist channels the euphoric energy of acts like Twin Atlantic and Kodaline on this impressive new belter, cementing him as one of the most exciting new singers the emerald isle has to offer.