K.Noble – ‘Different Sh**’
With a flurry of impressive releases under his belt already, Chicago-based rapper K.Noble is looking to cement his legacy to date with the release of his groundbreaking debut album ‘Painkillers’, showcased by the new effort ‘Different Sh**’. Bringing back more of that rich and forward-thinking direction he is known for, this bold and bouncing new jam marks another vital moment in his buoyant career to date.
Anastave – ‘Better / Fake Smile’
After delighting us with her beautifully alluring release ‘Medicine’ in recent months, emerging artist Anastave looks to cement her upward ascent as she drops the vibrant double A side singles ‘Better / Fake Smile’. While ‘Better’ hones in on her more atmospheric direction, ‘Fake Smile’ sees her venture down a more alt-pop-focused avenue, offering up two distinctive sides to her ever-inventive pursuit.
Julia Knight – ‘Cupid’
While she may have only just begun her journey, emerging newcomer Julia Knight is certainly looking to turn some heads with her impactful debut offering ‘Cupid’. Following in the footsteps as Dua Lipa and MARINA with her effortless approach to glittering pop music, her initial effort cements her as a bright and exciting name on the rise right now.
Joshua Thew – ‘Sweetest Mistake’
Having already clocked up hundreds of thousands of streams for his releases over the last few years, sensual artist Joshua Thew is back on the grind once again with his mesmerising new single ‘Sweetest Mistake’. Lifted from his forthcoming new album, this warm and embracing new swoon perfectly illustrates the rich and dynamic sound he has been pushing since his earliest beginnings.
VANES – ‘i lost my mind’
Known for his bold and vivid approach to the alt-pop sound with a flurry of blistering gems throughout last year, Wolverhampton-based artist VANES continues the support for his debut EP ‘pixie dust’ with the glittering new jam ‘i lost my mind’. Adopting another heady dose of energetic pace and shimmering production, this new one will be stuck in your head long after you first hear it.