Every week, Music News and Liberty Music look at the best new releases from emerging and self-releasing artists.
Ysee - ‘Qu Est Ce Que Je Dois Faire’
Having already spent the bulk of this year on tour with Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, French singer, actor and author Ysee now looks set to take the world by storm with her debut single ‘Qu Est Ce Que Je Dois Faire’. Produced by Foster The People’s Isom Innis and Sean Cimino, this pounding Anglo-French slice of electro-pop sees her deliver a rousing debut offering that merges elements of RnB and soul into this stunning new jam.
Cln – ‘Breaksmyheart’
After a incredible year that saw him receive huge acclaim for his previously shared singles ‘Change My Mind’ and ‘Fade To Grey’, Australian producer cln now delivers his highly anticipated new album ‘Dawn Chorus’ along with its new lead single ‘Breaksmyheart’. As the opener to this new 10-track collection, ‘Breaksmyheart’ sets the tone of his new full-length, bringing together ethereal tones with lashings of RnB and soul influences, following in the footsteps of James Blake and How To Dress Well as it plays.
Baby Taylah – ‘Reclaim’
Having found her love for music at the tender age of 14 by learning a range of different instruments, Baby Taylah has since been a staple of the Glasgow music scene for the last decade and now returns with her boisterous new single ‘Reclaim’. Filled with dark and atmospheric electronics, matched up with her penetrating vocals, ‘Reclaim’ sees her bring the same brooding tones as Billie Eilish to this captivating new release.
R.LUM.R – ‘Cold’
With a wealth of new material including the singles ‘How This Feels’ and ‘Boys Should Never Cry’ supporting his eagerly awaited major label debut full-length, arriving later this year, R.LUM.R returns with yet another blissfully euphoric slice of RnB with ‘Cold’. With bold and pounding percussion mirroring his own luxurious vocals, this new stomper sees him take cues from The Weeknd in delivering a more textured approach to the RnB genre.
Bishop Ivy – ‘Ghost’
Since delivering his debut EP ‘All Things Temporary’ back in February this year, emerging multi-instrumentalist Bishop Ivy aka Cam Crowley has received a flurry of praise for his genre-bending pop aesthetic as he now returns to deliver the video for his latest single ‘Ghost’. Showcasing the singer and producer’s talents for a range of instruments, the video highlights his bold and impassioned persona with this warm and uplifting new offering.