“The song is about the vulnerability of first falling in love and the beautiful fear that comes with it,” Heidi writes. “It’s one of my most vulnerable and truthful songs. It was the first real love song I’ve ever written and it means a lot to me.”
‘Moonlight’ rounds out a year of steady single releases from the promising pop singer-songwriter. Cementing her sound with each new release, Heidi’s authentic brand of melancholic pop has resonated with fans and tastemakers alike. Already receiving early press looks from the likes of Sweety High, Tigerbeat, and EARMILK, as well as over 500K streams, Heidi is a certainly an artist to watch going into the new year.
Stay tuned for Gillian Heidi’s debut album, ‘3AM,’coming out early 2021…but for now, have a listen to ‘Moonlight’, out now on all streaming platforms.
Her latest single ‘Egypt’ is an 80’s funk-fueled tinged song, oozing with soaring harmonies and warm, muted vocals, ‘Egypt’ narrates trying to get the feeling back of being a kid and the excitement of what the future holds. Moore confides, “I constantly need to remind myself to play more and lighten up. It’s easy to get lost in the seriousness of life but I want to go through life having fun and viewing everything with curiosity.”
Inspired by strong female artists, Total Brutal is determined to help other young women make their worth known and their voices heard. She shares, “It took me a really long time to understand that I am allowed to speak up, have opinions and speak directly. I’m starting to realize that I can be myself and be liked and professional all the same. I want to help foster that adventurous spirit and confidence in young women!”
Have a listen to ‘Egypt’ below…
Singer/songwriter EM‘s latest single, ‘Say What You Mean,’ weds pointed lyrics about forthrightness in a relationship to an otherworldly yet pop-friendly musical sound-scape. Produced by Chris Young, the song is the centerpiece of the her self-titled seven -song EP, ‘EM’
Directed by Parris Mayhew, the mesmerizing video prominently shows off Em’s (short for Emily) sensually and supernaturally. The New Jersey-native is dressed in a provocative gown, her raven hair streaked in white, deep red lipstick setting off bewitching green eyes and mystical elements such as ghostly clones, tarot cards and raindrops that turn to tears.
EM is already in the midst of completing another EP by the end of this year, working with famed Motown producer Michael B. Sutton (Sound of Los Angeles Records) and Gregor Stobie of Glasgow, Scotland.
‘Say What You Mean’ is now available on all DSPs…check out the video for the single below…
In spite of the increasing pressures of covid-19 on the whole music industry, rising R&B artist ASHA GOLD has managed to establish her fledgling music career with swan-like success. Her journey began in December 2019 with the release of her first single ‘Too Good’, followed by more high-vibrational R&B and pop inspired tracks ‘Passenger’ and ‘Debut’.
Coming almost full circle, Asha’s fourth single ‘Oscar’ arrives in this increasingly chillier time of year to brings us some warmth vocals, old-school R&B melodies and a fresh pop production, all of which has a lot to say about liars and cheats who deserve to be called out.
The press and radio highlights for Asha Gold over the past year have been extensive – she has received repeated support from BBC Radio 1, Playlist Support from BBC Asian Network, BBC Radio 1 Xtra, BBC Introducing London, Selector Radio, Amazing Radio and the Student Radio Network.
Over in the world of music press, Asha Gold has been featured on Colors, Clash Magazine, Earmilk, The Line Of Best Fit, Elevator, Variance, Gal-dem, CloudKid, Get In Her Ears, Stereofox, LIQUID, Fred Perry Subculture, Acid Stag and many more.
Asha Gold’s debut EP will arrive early 2021…but for now, check out the video for ‘Oscar’…