Every week, Music News and Liberty Music look at the best new releases from emerging and self-releasing artists.
Fate Under Fire – ‘Flicker’
Following on from the enormous response for his previously shared offerings in recent years, fast-rising singer and songwriter David James aka Fate Under Fire is now looking to do it all again on his latest cut ‘Flicker’. Offering up a darker side to his sound this time around, his newest gem is a powerfully emotive release that contrasts his usually upbeat and hopeful persona.
The High Breed – ‘Forgiveness’
After finding support on BBC Introducing for last year’s ‘Star Dwellers’ and ‘Meet The Gods’, UK-based hip-hop collective The High Breed return with their first track of 2021, ‘Forgiveness’. Channelling a raw and sweeping aesthetic for their new single, this return shows them in a far more progressive and hypnotic direction than ever before.
Aaryan Banthia – ‘Best Day Of My Life’
Taking inspiration from the likes of John Mayer, Buddy Guy and Bryan Adams for his previous releases, emerging singer and songwriter Aaryan Banthia keeps the vibes high on the fresh new single ‘Best Day Of My Life’. Conjuring a warm and uplifting aesthetic throughout, his newest jam is a bright and summery effort that we can all get behind.
Suave – ‘Changes’
After establishing himself with an array of bold and vibrant tracks over the last few months, UK-born but Cincinnati-based artist Suave has now cemented his legacy with the new EP ‘Changes’, showcased by the collection’s dazzling title-track. Mixing bold and dynamic production with a sweeping RnB direction, his new release shows him as artist firmly on the rise right now.
Kane Comfort – ‘Vine Full Of Scars’
Having already made a name for himself as a smooth and enticing name on the RnB scene right now, Kansas-based singer and songwriter Kane Comfort continues his impressive streak on the pulsing new single ‘Vine Full Of Scars’. Delivering a firm and heartfelt style throughout this new offering, it is clear to hear why so many are switching onto his sound of late.