Five For Friday – 17th March 2023

Tyrin – ‘So Long’

After an impressive run of form throughout the last few years, fast-rising artist Tyrin is now back for the new year to deliver his euphoric new single ‘So Long’. Honing another heady dose of glittering production measured against his own heartfelt vocal flow, his newest gem sets him as one of the more enticing names on the rise right now.


New York Pavements – ‘Long Way Down’

With their highly-anticipated debut album ‘Outside The Glasshouse’ now available to stream, London-based duo New York Pavements are looking to showcase their newest LP with the rousing new gem ‘Long Way Down’. Channelling a warm and effervescent energy throughout, these two look set for extremely big things in the months ahead.


Kris Anders – ‘Ever Enough’

Having already established himself with a flurry of enigmatic delights these last few months, Canadian artist Kris Anders continues the support for his forthcoming new EP ‘Threshing Room Floor’ with the soaring new anthem ‘Ever Enough’. Bringing back more of that raw and driven pop-rock sound he is known for, he is certainly looking to pull on our heartstrings with this one.


Awir Leon – ‘A Million Other Days’

Known for his bold and inventive approach to his sound, fast-rising artist Awir Leon looks to continue that inventive streak as he drops the tender new single ‘A Million Other Days’. With its rich and atmospheric direction matched against his vibrant vocals throughout, this new one certainly cements his dynamic legacy to date.


Rowan Stuart – ‘Empire’

Returning two years after the release of his much-loved EP ‘Instrumagicka’, emerging artist Rowan Stuart is looking to reinvent himself with a truly memorable effort as he drops his new single ‘Empire’. Capturing another heady dose of shimmering aesthetics and vibrant textures throughout, this new offering makes for a powerfully embracing listen from beginning to end.


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