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

RØYLS – ‘Choose To Believe’

Following on from the success of their previous single ‘Savages’, which has already amassed hundreds of thousands of streams online, LA-based pop-rock trio RØYLS now look to continue the support for their debut EP with new offering ‘Choose To Believe’. Produced by Blink-182 and Panic! At The Disco collaborator John Feldmann, this anthemic new belter sees the group mix a thunderous hook with glossy production to produce a truly undeniable earworm.

Galxara – ‘Killa Killa’

Growing up in a mixed household with a Nicaraguan mother and American father, Floridian Galxara has always looked to blend diverse aesthetics within her music and this direction continues through her latest release ‘Killa Killa’. With its clear roots in the trap scene but filling it with a thunderous and energetic production has allowed the artist to break away from its clichéd sound and deliver something with far more bite than usual.

Paige Cavell – ‘Figure It Out’

After first making a bold impression as a featured artist on the previously released single ‘Predators & Monsters’, up-and-comer Paige Cavell now looks to take on the world herself with the release of her newest cut ‘Figure It Out’. Lifted from her debut EP of the same name, this bouncing pop gem sees her channel her musical idols Amy Winehouse and Aretha Franklin as she delivers a powerful and euphoric new addition to her vibrant musical cannon.

cln – ‘Change My Mind’

With his highly anticipated debut album already being previewed by the previously shared singles ‘Fade To Grey’, ‘What I Know’, ‘Own Skin’ and ‘Waiting For You’, Australian producer cln now shares the final glimpse of his forthcoming full-length with ‘Change My Mind’. With its deliberately spacious and atmospheric RnB feel, this new offering sees the producer deliver a far rawer sound than we are used to, exposing himself up and cementing him as a master of ethereal compositions.

Keir Gibson – ‘Eyes Wide’

Having raised himself on a steady diet of Maggie Rogers, Julia Michaels and Lauv these past few years, 18-year-old Scotsman Keir Gibson is now ready to take on the music scene himself as he delivers his debut single ‘Eyes Wide’. With his own beautifully arranged vocals layered over a rich and vibrant slice of electro-pop production, this young man makes a bold and exciting statement with his initial offering.