Minerva Daisy – Something Strange
Her vocal range is as impressive as her shimmering pop rock sound, Minerva Daisy does truly blow us away on ‘Something Strange’. The single is a powerful new anthem, bloody honest and written from a place of love and pain. About her latest, Minerva says: “I wrote this single about an hour after I found out I was cheated on by an ex-partner. Taking influence from artists like Carrier Underwood and Taylor Swift it’s full of emotion and I think the instrumentation and vocals really represent this.” And we think so too!
Ciao Lucifer – Too Late to Die Young
The duo that’s had us hooked before is doing it again with latest single ‘Too Late to Die Young’, Ciao Lucifer bring a fast paced, eclectic new track about “being young and a bit of an **** sometimes.” We can only guess what those dots stand for, but we can tell from their passionate new sound that it’s close to their hearts and we’ve probably been in similar situations ourselves. “Losing touch with friends, only chasing your own dreams but what is life really about?” ‘Too Late to Die Young’ is short, sweet and to the point and a live favourite!
Felix Saunders – Fool That I am
Felix’s sharp vocals are being coloured by the soft and slightly wavering soundscape on his latest single ‘Fool That I Am’. It is a warm and mellow folk pop sound with a catchy chorus, built upon melancholic lyrics that have been inspired by personal life experiences. The Western Isles singer songwriter has grown into understanding how to set himself aside from others within his genre, most of all thanks to his rough and natural sound, not so much a fool we’d say.
Conor Latcham – Running
Conor Latcham’s latest disco pop song ‘Running’ is a pleasant, easy-listening track with a light-hearted soundscape and an exciting build-up. With his voice in the midst of the mix, dressed by subtle thumps and glittering hooks, ‘Running’ makes for an unhurried and smooth afternoon pop soundtrack! ‘Running’ is Conor’s second single and delves into the darker side of love and relationships. It features Luke Marc Hughes on drums, who previously worked with Lewis Capaldi and Tom Odell, and was mastered by Barry Grint, who’s worked with Madonna, Prince and The Beatles, which makes for quite the team and quite the track!