Tasha Angela kicks off 2020 with ‘Undescribable Feeling’ video

Toronto’s singer/composer TASHA ANGELA releases captivating visuals for second single ‘Undescribable Feeling’ from her impending EP entitled “Hidden Gems” which is due out  4th February.

Released via Public Records/Universal Music Canada, ‘Undescribable Feeling’ is a deeply personal song about depressive feelings and the weight of wading through them. Tasha Angela’s voice soars, adding air to the confessional record. Despite the difficulty of the song’s subject matter each verse unfolds as a catharsis resulting in a single that is both somber and uplifting.

In the words of Tasha Angela: “Undescribable Feeling is about pulling yourself out of a dark place. I came home after a bad day, sat at my piano and words began flowing out of me. I hope this song can help others who are feeling down in life the same way it helped me.”

The accompanying music video for ‘Undescribable Feeling’ is choreographed, performed and art directed by Toronto based actor and movement artist Virgilia Griffith.

Check it out below…

Song of the Day: The Light – Kyoti

Released just before the Xmas period, pop/electro trio KYOTI‘s latest single ‘The Light’ is a song for those cold, winter months. They wanted to create something dark to reflect the season but that was ultimately full of hope and joy.

Singer Ed took influence from his own struggles with depression during the festive season to write the lyric. He said this about the track:

“The Light is a really personal song. Once we started writing I realised how complex and at times fraught the season can be. I’ve always been fascinated by the symbolism of light in the darkness and wanted that to be the main driving image behind the song. Last year I was in a very bad place in November and December which culminated in me calling The Samaritans, but thanks to a lot of self-care and therapy over the year my mental health has dramatically improved and for the first time in a long time I feel hopeful. It seemed to me that the line “I’m beginning to see the light” perfectly summed up that feeling.”

KYOTI have recently embarked on ‘Project Twelve’, where they will be self-releasing one track every month for a year. ‘The Light’ is track #3, with nine more to come in 2020. Their previous single ‘Restart the World’ was released through Seahorse Music (Bryde) and Kitsune Musique in early 2019, gaining airplay on BBC Wales and BBC Newcastle.

Have a listen to ‘The Light’ below…the proceeds of the single does to The Samaritans.

EP Review: Probably Crying – Girl Wilde

When I first hit the play button on GIRL WILDE‘s latest EP, ‘Probably Crying’, I wasn’t only instantly hit by the explosive combo of electro pop and 90’s inspired grunge rock, but her alluring vocals that could rival the likes of Gwen Stefani.

Don’t get caught up in the fluffy frills with a slight rebellious streak, if you’re planning to listen to this EP. Beyond the fun-packed arrangements, the LA artist bravely taps into her vulnerability and covers personal and deep-rooted subjects such as depression (in ‘I Don’t Wanna Die,’ ‘Probably Crying’), female sexual desire (‘WeT’), and anger management (‘BATSHiT’).

Although the above subjects are often swept under the carpet, the message in this EP is clear and simple: it’s OK to experience those feelings, so embrace them!

‘Probably Crying’ is one pretty neat package – why not check it out below…

Must Listens: Probably Crying, Killing Time

New Music Video: Can’t Get Through To You – Nemi

Alt-pop singer/songwriter NEMI has revealed the video to her rather euphoric single, ‘Can’t Get Through To You’.

The nostalgic video features her best friends who helped pull her through a difficult period of anxiety, giving the four-minute production a real wholesome feel.

‘I Can’t Get Through To You’ is taken from her debut EP, ‘You’, out now on all download/streaming sites. Check out the video below:

Song of the Day: Times Like These – Liam Duncan

Singer/songwriter and mix/audio engineer, LIAM DUNCAN presents something really special that’s so relatable through single, ‘Times Like These’.

With the acoustic setting leading up to an explosion of ecstatic guitar riffs, the song well-documents the lowest and most vulnerable point in anyone’s life and strongly encourages to embrace that feeling in order to grow into emotionally richer beings.  .

This guy had a really rough year and at the age of 22, he managed to turn his negatives into positives. If he can do it at such a tender age, you can do it too.

Check out the epic single below: