Five For Friday – 23rd September 2022

Brother Leo – ‘Generational Love’

After delighting us with a warm and adventurous flurry of cuts these last few years, fast-rising artist Brother Leo looks to showcase his new album ‘PoP Poetry’ with the vibrant new single ‘Generational Love’. Offering up more of that bright and upbeat pop-rock sound he is known for, he showcases exactly why so many with been praising his name of late.


Zenya Ray – ‘Even The Angels’

Having only just begun his journey into music earlier this year, emerging artist Zenya Ray has already showcased some incredibly proficient work of late, and now returns with his latest cut ‘Even The Angels’. Channelling a warm and heartfelt aesthetic throughout, he is definitely looking to pull on our heartstrings with this one.


Kamran Ramsden – ‘Unfortunate Star’

With a sound that looks to take influence from the classic indie-rock sound of Oasis, fast-rising artist Kamran Ramsden is back once again with his blistering new effort ‘Unfortunate Star’. Blending raw and upbeat guitar hooks with his own lovelorn vocal style, he is certainly looking to make his heroes proud on this soaring new release.


Kaosu – ‘Somehow’

Having already built a strong and devout fanbase with his alluring array of gems over the years, anonymous artist Kaosu is back to his vibrant ways with the blistering new belter ‘Somehow’. Telling the story of the Tōhoku earthquake that struck Japan in 2011, this bold and driven new delight continues his rise as one of the captivating names on the scene right now.


JaVill – ‘Water’

After cementing themselves with some high-profile releases these last few months, Irish outfit JaVill return with the passionate new single ‘Water’. Bringing back more of that warm and atmosphere aesthetic they have built for themselves already, this raw and heartfelt new ode rises with a bold and explosive direction very few can pull off.

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