Five For Friday – 25th November 2022

Louis Knight – ‘Never Enough’

With his highly-anticipated new EP ‘Twenty, Twenty-Two’ set to arrive on the 7th December, emerging artist Louis Knight continues the support for his new collection on the euphoric new single ‘Never Enough’. Filled with warm and enticing textures, alongside his heartfelt vocal style, he is certainly looking to pull on our heartstrings with this one.


Lisa Ramey – ‘Certainly Lord’

After garnering the attention of millions thanks to a long-running stint on The Voice US, fast-rising artist Lisa Ramey is looking to continue her positive ascent as she drops the anthemic new single ‘Certainly Lord’. Following a raw and driven pop-rock direction with explosive guitar hooks throughout, this one will have you punching the air in no time.


Sunday Honey – ‘seven five zero’

After bursting onto the scene with their stunning debut single ‘Old Mate Bill’ earlier this year, Australian outfit Sunday Honey are back at it once again as they share their sweeping new gem ‘seven five zero’. Channelling a warm and euphoric alt-rock aesthetic from start to finish, their newest one certainly sees them pack one hell of a punch!


Def Nettle – ‘Architecture’

Having already established himself with a fresh and dynamic run of singles these last few months, emerging artist Def Nettle is back to his genre-bending ways once again on the driven new effort ‘Architecture’. With its bold and progressive direction, matched with his own dark and haunted vocal style, he is certainly making a strong impact with this one.


Lili Caseley – ‘Al Pacino’

With her highly-praised offering ‘Hotel Du Palais’ still ringing in our ears, fast-rising artist Lili Caseley is back once again to share her breezy new delight ‘Al Pacino’. Delivering more of that fresh and upbeat pop sound she is known for, her latest release cements her as one of the more exciting names on the rise right now.

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