Five For Friday – 22nd September 2023

Hazel Bloom – ‘growing pains’

After the rousing response to his much-loved collection ‘Who I Thought I Wanted To Be’ earlier this year, US artist Hazel Bloom proves he is still very much on top of his game as he delivers the sweeping new single ‘growing pains’. Adopting more of that compelling pop-rock direction he is known for, this new gem is another shining example of his progressive direction to date.


Tyrxne – ‘Red’

As an artist known for his rich and immersive outings to date, London-based artist Tyrxne is back on the grind once again with his shimmering new gem ‘Red’. With his rich and distinctive vocal flow riding across a humbled production throughout, he continues his rise as one of the more innovative names on the scene today.



Known for his ability to merge the distinctive worlds of jazz, classical, world music and much more under one roof, renowned cellist Ian Maksin continues to find new aesthetics in which to explore on ‘AMOR RENATUS (REBIRTH OF LOVE)’. With its warm and tender textures layered throughout, he sweeps and swoons his way through this mesmerising new outing.


Lily Hain – ‘Internalize’

Having already been on an impressive run these last few months, New York’s Lily Hain isn’t slowing down yet as she returns with her vibrant new single ‘Internalize’. Bringing back more of that rich and alluring pop-rock direction she has honed recently, her latest offering marks one of her most impactful cuts to date.


Tiam Wills – ‘Destiny’

Having spent the last few years establishing himself with a wealth of riveting releases, Lyon-based artist Tiam Wills returns once again to deliver his passionate new stunner ‘Destiny’. With its bright and bouncing production perfectly set to some soul-infused vocals throughout, this new one certainly looks to sweep you off your feet from start to finish.

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