Five For Friday – 22nd July 2022

Mikalia Murphy – ‘Float’

Having already dropped a flurry of fresh and exciting gems since the start of the year, Detroit-based artist Mikalia Murphy continues her prolific streak with the passionate new offering ‘Float’. Bringing back more of that dynamic alt-pop direction she is known for, her newest delight is a bold and adventurous continuation of her sound to date.

 

Kael Alden – ‘How Can You Sit There’

After building notoriety with his band Faded Paper Figures in recent years, fast-rising frontman Kael Alden now looks to offer up a wonderfully warm and tender new release with ‘How Can You Sit There’. With its sparse and ethereal aesthetic layered throughout, his soaring voice lends an extremely raw and powerful emotion to this new delight.

 

KOKA – ‘Skin & Bones’

Heavily influenced by the likes of Kate Bush and Imogen Heap, German-based Albanian artist KOKA now looks to do her heroes proud on the soaring new effort ‘Skin & Bones’. Blending bold and progressive production with her rich and passionate voice throughout, she certainly packs one hell of a punch with this one.

 

margø – ‘One Bad Day’

Having garnered more than ten million streams since her arrival in 2019, fast-rising Canadian artist margø continues her impressive run to date with the captivating new delight ‘One Bad Day’. Bringing back more of that bold and playful direction she is known for, this rip-roaring alt-pop stomper will have you pumping your fists throughout.

 

Namywa – ‘Sober’

After finding huge acclaim and success for her releases in recent month, emerging Birmingham-based artist Namywa returns once again with her shimmering new offering ‘Sober’. With her usual blend of jazz, R&B, and soul influences throughout, she is once again proving why so many have been praising her work of late.

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