Glass Animals – Your Love (Deja Vu)

February 24

Oxford quartet Glass Animals share another fierce and utterly captivating new single in the form of ‘Your Love (Déjà Vu)’. Serving as the follow up to previously released single ‘Tokyo Drifting’ featuring Denzel Curry, ‘Your Love (Déjà Vu)’ is an energetic and psychedelic pop song that boasts a cheerful beat and fluttery flutes as lead vocalist Dave Bayley’s charming tones sweep across the soundscape. With the release of these two singles, Glass Animals have shown why they’re one of the most exciting bands around and we can’t wait to hear what else they’ve cooked up.

Oklou – entertnmnt

February 21

Paris based singer, songwriter and producer Oklou aka Aavril Alvarez teams up with Mura Masa on the delectable ‘entertnmnt’. Opening with bubbling synths, the eerie single shines with Oklou’s intoxicating auto-tuned vocals as the production gradually intensifies with more and more layers of instrumentation thrown into the mix. Check out the dazzling single and it’s equally captivating music video directed by Alexandra Green here.

Sega Bodega – Salvador

If you’re looking for a record that will quite frankly blow your socks off, look no further than Glaswegian producer, singer and songwriter Sega Bodega’s long-awaited debut album ‘Salvador’. The off-kilter record is a futuristic blend of pop, electronic and R&B that features previously released singles ‘U Suck’, ‘Raising Hell’ and ‘Salv Goes to Hollywood’. Sega Bodega’s infectious production and hypnotic vocals are present throughout ‘Salvador’, but what makes this album hit harder is the songwriting – where Salvador tackles heavy topics like his relationship with alcohol, romance and mental health with a graceful honesty.

Ojerime – Whiskey Demo

February 13

London based singer/songwriter Ojerime follows up previously released single ‘Empty’ with another dark and twisted R&B cut in the form of ‘Whiskey Demo’. Lifted from her forthcoming ‘B4 I breakdown’ mixtape, the track encompasses a smoky atmosphere with its rickety electronics and bass-heavy beat. The South Londoner’s sultry tones wash over the soundscape to further enhance the murky aesthetic of the song – it’s an absolute vibe.

Crave Moore – Come Down

South London based MC Crave Moore shines with his distinctive and effortlessly smooth vocal on latest offering ‘Come Down’. Soundtracked by a super clean beat that weaves in subtle grooves and evokes a mellow atmosphere, the track sees the COLORS alumnus tackle themes of losing your inhibitions whilst “knowing whatever goes up must ‘Come Down'”. Enjoy the brilliant new single here and be sure to keep an eye out for more brilliance from the South Londoner.

YellowStraps – Take Over

February 8

Belgium based duo YellowStraps (comprised of the Murenzi brothers) share a stunning visual for ‘Take Over’. Having treated us to a stunning rendition of ‘Rose‘ last summer, the rising duo have gone onto drop a stellar EP in the form of ‘GOLDRESS’. On the seven-track project, is ‘Take Over’, a sparkling alternative R&B cut that combines jazzy electric guitars and rhythmic drums to serve as the backdrop for the pair’s warming harmonies. The track is accompanied by an equally impressive video directed by François Dubois which you can tuck into to the right,

On Man – Squares And Triangles

Consider yourself introduced to London based artist On Man, whose warped and twisted new single ‘Squares And Triangles’ is an absolute stunner. Encompassing a moody, atmospheric beat that mutates and shifts over its duration, the striking single is taken to another level as On Man’s clever wordplay permeates through. With an EP on the way, ‘Squares And Triangles’ is the perfect taste of what’s to come from this intriguing artist.

Farida – IGotBetterThingsToDo

February 5

Norwegian singer/songwriter Farida shares an incredibly empowering and explosive new single in the form of ‘IGotBetterThingsToDo’. If you’re looking for a track that will get those energy levels up, look no further than because on ‘IGotBetterThingsToDo’, Farida’s slick vocals and sharp lines will do that just as they glide across the expansive production with ease.

WizTheMc – Growing Teeth

February 3

South African-born, German-based artist WizTheMC makes quite the impression on his brilliant new mixtape ‘Growing Teeth’. Boosted by the slick opener ‘The One’, the ten-track project wonderfully showcases WizTheMC’s playful songwriting and energetic flow as he works his magic over equally spirited beats. Featuring previously released cuts ‘Patience’, ‘Fear of Heights’ and ‘Take Me’, ‘Growing Teeth’ is a vibe from start to finish.

RENÉ – Space In Between

February 2

London based singer/songwriter RENÉ returns with the short but ever so sweet new single ‘Space In Between’. Even though it’s a little over a minute long, ‘Space In Between’ makes quite the impression as RENÉ’s sensational tones take center stage across the trap-inspired beat. This is RENÉ’s first new music in over a year (her last offering was the delectable ‘Worthy’), and it definitely was worth the wait.

SEVDALIZA – OH MY GOD

January 30

Dutch/Iranian artist SEVDALIZA marks her return with the hypnotic electronic-led single ‘OH MY GOD’, which comes with a heartwarming visual that patches together snapshots of the producer’s past. The distorted production and pitched vocals are a nod to SEVDALIZA’s signature augmented sounds as she alludes to the current current sociopolitical climate between the United States and her birthplace of Iran.

Khushi – Strange Seasons

London based singer, songwriter and producer Khushi unveils his long awaited and utterly astounding debut solo album ‘Strange Seasons’. Featuring previously released singles ‘Like A City’, ‘Freedom Falls’ and ‘From Me’ and mixed by none other than James Blake; whom Khushi opened for, on his most recent tours of the U.S.A. and Europe. Over the course of ‘Strange Seasons’, Khushi finds that perfect sweet spot between organic and electronic soundscapes as his delicate voice flutters atop each song.

Bullion – Hula

January 27

Lisbon based producer Bullion shares endearing new song ‘Hula’, the first single from his upcoming EP ‘We Had a Good Time’ which is out on February 28 via his own label Deek Recordings. On ‘Hula’, Bullion (aka Nathan Jenkins) serves up a slice of laid back pop that saunters its way into your heart with its mellow production and Bullion’s soothing tones to add another comforting touch. Check out the track here and be sure to keep an eye out for the new EP too.

Molina – Vanilla Shell

January 25

Danish-Chilean artist Molina unveils her intoxicating and utterly captivating EP titled ‘Vanilla Shell’ which features previously released track ‘Parásito’. Molina illustrates her brilliant versatility as both a singer and producer. From the trance-like aesthetics of opener ‘Vanilla Shell’ to the more exploratory synth-driven cuts like ‘Mike’ and ‘Hey Kids’ (which features Late Verlane), Molina brilliantly illustrates her versatility as both a singer and producer. Each track boasts rich textures and catchy melodies that will resonate with you long after the first play.

Premiere: Wuh Oh – How Do You Do It

Premiering at COLORS, check out the absolutely bonkers music video for ‘How Do You Do It’, the latest single from Glasgow based DJ/producer Peter Ferguson aka Wuh Oh. An amalgamation of powerful and energetic electronics, ‘How Do You Do It’ follows up previous cuts like ‘Pretty Boy’ and ‘Ziggy’, and perfectly exemplifies Wuh Oh’s forward-thinking production style. The same can be said for the track’s accompanying visual, which channels “the style of 90’s/00’s fish-eye lens visuals” a la Hype Williams, but cranks up the energy ten-fold – see for yourself here.

Westerman – Blue Comanche

January 20

Listen to the beautiful and contemplative new single ‘Blue Comanche’, from London based singer/songwriter and COLORS alumni Westerman. A song about “the inevitability of environmental loss as a consequence of modernization”, ‘Blue Comanche’ encompasses a mellow atmosphere as gentle keys and drums soundtrack Westerman’s endearing tones.

ALA.NI – PAPA

January 18

London-born, Paris-based singer, songwriter and producer ALA.NI shares a stunning visual to accompany her latest single ‘PAPA’. Taken from her forthcoming sophomore album ‘ACCA’ which is out January 24th, ‘PAPA’ is built on a soundbed of nothing but beat boxing and body and wall percussion to carry her stunning a cappella vocals along. Accompanied by a gorgeous music video directed by Tania Feghali and shot over the summer at Lake Komo, ‘PAPA’ is another brilliant offering from ALA.NI.

Halie – New Fears

January 17

If you’re looking for a spectacular slice of Nordic pop, look no further than ‘New Fears’, the striking new single from rising artist Hannah Emilie Grung aka Halie. The single serves as the follow up to recently released single ‘Circling’ and again showcases the Norwegian artist’s superb ability to write infectious pop songs that carry a powerful message of not letting our fears get in the way of what we really want to do or achieve.

Moses Boyd – Shades of You (ft. Poppy Ajudha)

January 13

South London based artist Moses Boyd teams up with COLORS alum Poppy Ajudha on ‘Shades of You’, the latest single from his forthcoming debut album ‘Dark Matter’. The single serves as the follow up to previously released tracks ‘Only You’ and ‘Stranger Than Fiction’. On ‘Shades of You’, Ajudha sings about knowing and appreciating your self worth as her soul-stirring vocals traipse through a murky soundscape comprised of a groovy bass-line and Boyd’s steadfast drums.

Priya Ragu – Good Love 2.0

January 10

Switzerland via Sri Lanka artist Priya Ragu kicks off the new year with ‘Good Love 2.0’, a funk-filled pop gem that impresses from start to finish. The rising singer/songwriter released a handful of brilliant singles last year in the form of ‘Lighthouse’ and ‘Forget About’, both of which wonderfully showcase her delightfully smooth voice and poetic songwriting. That’s exactly the case ‘Good Love 2.0’ which starts off groovy and morphs into a South Asian-spiced cut that packs quite the punch.