Every week, Music News and Liberty Music look at the best new releases from emerging and self-releasing artists.
Eric Grooms – ‘Evil Woman’
After crashing onto the scene last year with his lovable taste for raw and honest lyrics combined with a sharp and wicked wit, LA-based singer and songwriter Eric Grooms now returns with his latest offering ‘Evil Woman’. Mixing up the aesthetics of hip-hop and indie-pop, this smooth and enticing new release looks to prove the frontman as one of the most engaging new artists of the moment.
Noe Solange – ‘Nocturnal Lady’
With the frontwoman making some serious headway from her previously shared cut ‘Running Away’ last year, London-based singer and songwriter Noe Solange now continues the support for her forthcoming debut EP with ‘Nocturnal Lady’. Inspired by her struggles with insomnia, this light and dreamy new groove sees her slip into the shoes of artists like Portishead and Lamb with its breathless and atmosphere-filled direction.
Isaac Butler – ‘Young Forever’
Following on from the success of his breakthrough single ‘Moon Song’, Dublin-based singer and songwriter Isaac Butler is now looking to sweep us off our feet with the soaring new single ‘Young Forever’. With a bold and euphoric direction, the frontman follows in the footsteps of fellow Irish pop-rockers Kodaline and The Script with its bright and anthemic texture.
SYTË – ‘Tail Lights’
After the impressive response they received for their previous offering ‘Feel It All’ last year, Albanian outfit SYTË now look to continue the support for their upcoming debut album as they share the next dose ‘Tail Lights’. With a broad and sweeping direction, this new release sees them take cues from the likes of Beach House and Toro Y Moi with its smooth and laid-back feeling.
Evan Castle & The Southern Tier – ‘River’
With a wave of praise already coming in for their previous delights, Nashville’s own Evan Castle & The Southern Tier look to deliver more of that sweet and harmonious blues-rock as they share their latest jam ‘River’. While normally focused on a grittier tone, this new release sees them rein in their normal intentions to unveil a gracious and sombre offering that conjures up comparisons to The War On Drugs.