Song of the Day: Last Call – Ryélle

Following the success of her 2018 debut single ‘Swim’ (produced by Dreamville’s Kaleb ‘K Quick’ Rollins), RYÉLLE drops her second single ‘Last Call’ onto the blogs today’s hotspot.

The R&B singer-songwriter shares the song’s official Judlin Civil-directed music video. Heavily inspired by Drake’s ‘Marvin’s Room,’ ‘Last Call’ is a cautionary tale of a drunken lover trying to reach their significant other to no avail….

Check it out below…

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Song of the Day: Spencer Street – Ren

REN brings something soothing for the weekend with latest single ‘Spencer Street’, the follow up to the well received ‘Blue Hounds’.

Unlike ‘Blue Hounds’, a protest song in the classic mould, ‘Spencer Street’ is, as Ren explains “a nostalgic song reflecting on a relationship and life I had in Newcastle a few years ago. I wrote it whilst I was on the road a year or so after the break up. But ‘Spencer Street’ with her still felt like home to me.”

REN – real name Conor Owen – first came onto the music circuit with debut EP, ‘A Calling From The Shore’ which, to date, has received over 700K streams on Spotify. He recently supported Sam Fender, Westerman and Elvis Perkins as well as appearing as an extra in Bohemian Rhapsody.

Have a listen to ‘Spencer Street’ below:

New Track: Strangers – Selci

Following the release of the dreamy video for lead single ‘Truth in the Sea’,  alt-pop producer SELCI  shares second single, ‘Strangers’, taken from her debut ‘Effervescence’ EP, due out independently on 28th August.

The latest single perfectly displays the Calgary artist’s prowess as a budding electronic producer abounds. In a series of flashbacks, SELCI recalls the painful process of breaking up as each verse playing out like a final, one-sided exchange and desperate plea for an answer.

Over the past year, SELCI has shared bills with Neon Indian and Ryan Hemsworth and played festivals such as Canadian Music Week, Sled Island Music & Arts Festival, Big Fun Festival, and more. Her Effervescence Tour will cross Canada in October of 2019.

Check out ‘Strangers’ below:

New Track: Doin Better – Goldteeth

Formally the bassist for Artic Monkeys, Andy Nicholson aka GOLDTEETH  unveils ‘Doin Better’,  the first single from his forthcoming self-titled EP, featuring the vocals of Hannah Yadi.

While the bass still remains his main weapon of choice, the last decade has seen the Sheffield producer/musician appear in a vast array of forms. Whether it be as a founding member and bassist of the hip hop and indie-rock hybrid Mongrel, or as a studio producer working with the likes of Toddla T, Swindle, Tom Prior and Terri Walker to name a few – Nicholson has continued to stay active and contribute to Sheffield’s iconic music history.

More recent times have found Nicholson finding and defining his own unique sound. Never afraid to pick up a pen as well as an instrument, GOLDTEETH has given him the time and space to literally transfer more of his ideas on to paper through co-writing with Hannah Yadi (Frank Gamble).

Check out ‘Doin Better’ below:

 

New Track: Hypocritical – NOA

NOA‘s ‘Hypocritical’ reflects on the aftermath of her own break-up, admitting there were times she wanted her ex back one minute – and then detesting him the next.

Through the playful electrifying pop vibes, the Toronto singer/songwriter has come to terms that it’s perfectly normal to have those roller coaster emotions after coming out a messy situation. After all, we’re only human!

Check out ‘Hypocritical’ below: