Haich Ber Na – By Floras

London based producer Haich Ber Na follows up last year’s exceptional project ‘Everywhere’s Home’ with striking new single ‘By Floras’. Laced by intricate electronics that skip and squeeze their way through the soundscape to create an ordered chaos, Haich Ber Na’s delicate, falsetto-laden tones offer a warmth to juxtapose the cool instrumentation as he sings about the growing distance between a friend. Check out the cinematic and otherworldly single here.

c. racha – Too Many Sunsets.

London based singer and multi-instrumentalist c. racha follows up his debut single ‘i fell in love with you, so i can fall out’ with another delectable cut in the form of ‘Too Many Sunsets.’. Lifted from his forthcoming debut EP titled ‘EP1’, the track sees the enigmatic singer’s soulful tones glide over a refreshing, rhythmic beat. Check out the single and it’s fuzzy visualiser here and look out for c. racha’s ‘EP1’ (and debut album) both of which are out later this year via South London based label Cotch International.

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p-rallel & Greentea Peng – Soulboy

London based producer and DJ p-rallel links up with COLORS alumni Greentea Peng on the vibrant and atmospheric new single ‘Soulboy’. Taken from his forthcoming EP titled ‘Soundboy’, the single serves as the follow up to previously released cut ‘Packed Bags’, a collaboration with Louis Culture and wonderfully showcases p-rallel’s versatility as a producer. Greentea Peng’s distinct vocals are just as dreamy and hypnotic as the song’s reggae-inspired instrumentation which is the pure embodiment of those warm summer days we long for. Check out ‘Soulboy’ here and keep an eye out for ‘Soundboy’ which is out July 17th.

Joya Mooi – Bitter Parts

Amsterdam based singer/songwriter Joya Mooi shares soulful and hazy new single ‘Bitter Parts’ which is produced by Sim Fane. The single follows last year’s impeccable ‘The Ease of Others’ as well as ‘Hold You Tight’ which dropped earlier this year and captures the singer’s stunning voice wrapped around the stark, trap-inspired beat penned by Fane. Check out ‘Bitter Parts’ and it’s wonderful music video (directed by Michael Middelkoop) here and keep an eye out for Joya Mooi’s forthcoming EP which is out later this year.

Lorenzo_BITW – Basta / Timbao

July 4

Italian producer Lorenzo_BITW releases explosive cuts in the form of ‘Basta’ (ft. Mc Yallah & Swordman Kitala) and ‘Timbao’. Released as part of Future Bounce’s club release compilation and the follow up to last year’s ‘Aurelia’ EP, both singles are spearheaded by Lorenzo’s powerful production which boasts vibrant drums and electronics to allow the vocalists to work their magic. Check out ‘Basta’ and ‘Timbao’ here.

Rachel Huggins – Keep Dreaming

London based singer/songwriter Rachel Huggins shines on ‘Keep Dreaming’, her stunning and uplifting jazz-infused debut EP. Featuring previously released singles ‘Take Control’ and ‘Feels So Good’, the seven-track EP is one of the most captivating and authentic pieces of music you’ll hear all year. Huggins’ impeccably soulful voice shines throughout the project which boasts a sense of timelessness in its detailed production and inspiring songwriting. Tuck into the gorgeous EP here, it’s an absolute stunner!

lennixx – Bold Me

July 1

Swedish duo lennixx (aka Hanna Larsson and Andrea Kallström) return with another dazzling slice of silky R&B with ‘Bold Me’. Having already impressed with their stunning debut EP ‘Split By’ last year, the rising duo take things to another level with latest offering ‘Bold Me’ which encompasses a dreamy, luscious soundscape with the pair’s heavenly vocals magically blending together. Tuck into ‘Bold Me’ here and be sure to keep an eye out for more from lennixx this year.

Blle – Under Pressure

Consider yourself introduced to Nottingham, UK based alternative pop artist Blle who captivates with her new single ‘Under Pressure’. Having already impressed with the likes of ‘Calling Me’ and ‘Don’t Be Surprised’ last year, Blle makes it three out of three with ‘Under Pressure’, a dazzling and vibrant pop song that boasts a slick beat laden with crisp electronics and handclaps to serve as the perfect backdrop for those infectious melodies. Check out ‘Under Pressure’ here, it’s an absolute bop.

Matilda Mann – As It Is

Having performed for our HOME/BRED series earlier this year, London based singer/songwriter Matilda Mann shares gorgeous new single ‘As It Is’. The single serves as the lead single to her forthcoming new EP and follows up ‘If That Makes Sense’, her stunning EP which features a collaboration with COLORS alumni Lucy Lu. On ‘As It Is’, Matilda Mann’s consoling, heartwarming tones wash over gentle guitars that create an entirely immersive and intimate atmosphere. Check out the single here and be sure to keep an eye out for her new EP which is out later this year.

Tora – Cavalier

London based singer/songwriter Tora releases her powerful debut EP ‘Cavalier’ which features previously released singles ‘Vein’ and ‘Call Your Name’. The five-track EP captures Tora’s brilliant songwriting and unquestionably soothing tones on new tracks ‘Below’ and ‘Escape Room’. With ‘Cavalier’, Tora has cemented herself as one of the most exciting voices around, see for yourself by streaming the gorgeous EP here.

Christine Denamur – Dust

June 23

Consider yourself introduced to Belgian singer, songwriter and producer Christine Denamur who dazzles with her magical new single ‘Dust’. The simple, twinkling soundscape serves as the perfect backdrop for the singer’s impeccably smooth and alluring tones to melt your heart. Dive into the serene sounds of ‘Dust’ here, it’s an absolute stunner!

Zazim Soundsystem – AYÉ

Glasgow based production duo VARDI and Rory Comerford team up as Zazim Soundsystem to share their incredible new EP ‘AYÉ’, which means “Life” in Yoruba and “Yes” in Scots. Opening with the lush soundscapes of ‘AYEE’, the three-track project expertly combines UK bass, Latin and West African percussion along with traditional Celtic music to create a sound unlike anything else. Check out the sensational EP which features ‘BAND TUNE’ and ‘EVERYTHING’ here.

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Piers James – Can’t Be My Girl

London based singer, songwriter and producer Piers James serves up the smooth vibes with bouncy new single ‘Can’t Be My Girl’. Soundtracked by a slick trap-inspired beat which features glorious guitar licks and synths, the track sees James alternate between his ever so smooth vocals on the chorus and the sharp and gritty verses. Check out the laid-back single which is taken from his forthcoming project here.

Sassy 009 – Ghost Town (Spotify Studios Recording)

June 13

Norwegian artist Sassy 009 aka Sunniva Lindgaard delivers an explosive electronic-led single in the form of ‘Ghost Town’. Recorded in collaboration with Spotify’s Oyster Playlist, the single serves as the striking follow up to last year’s exceptional ‘Thrasher’. On ‘Ghost Town’, Sassy 009 works her magic over a potent bassline that boasts equally frenetic breakbeats that’ll get your heart racing from start to finish. Dive into the single here, it’s a stomper!

Stella Talpo – Mona

Italian born, London based singer/songwriter Stella Talpo shares enchanting and utterly intoxicating new alternative R&B cut ‘Mona’. Backed by glorious acoustic guitars and soft drums, ‘Mona’ is a song that’s inspired by Talpo’s favourite novel ‘The Alchemist’ by Paolo Coelho and is about “divine intervention pushing us towards a destiny that not even we might think we’re capable to pursue”. Check out the haunting single here and be sure to keep an eye out for more from Talpo.

RPG – Kintsugi 金継ぎ

Consider yourself introduced to London based outfit RPG (comprised of Río W Guthrie & George Cassavetes) who unveil their striking and silky debut album ‘Kintsugi 金継ぎ’. The ten-track project encapsulates heavenly harmonies and lush soundscapes that are just as soulful as they are smooth on gorgeous singles like ‘Rosegold’ and ‘Insomnia’. Dive into the spellbinding album, which also features previous cuts like ‘Nirvana’ and ‘Saturn’ here.

Yaeger – Nosebleed (ft. Oscar Scheller)

Rising Swedish pop-star-in-the-making Hanna Jäger aka Yaeger teams up with Oscar Scheller on latest single ‘Nosebleed’, the follow up to ‘Peace n War’, a collaboration with Casper The Ghost. Encompassing a lo-fi atmosphere that sees Scheller lay down a slick trap-inspired beat riddled with soft electronics as the pair’s yearning tones wash over the soundscape. Check out the single up top and be sure to look out for more from this rising artist.

Aquilo – Always Forever

UK based duo Tom Higham and Ben Fletcher aka Aquilo share another sparkling and haunting new single in the form of ‘Always Forever’. The single serves as a follow up to previously released cuts ‘Sober’ and ‘Just Asking’ and encompasses a twinkling and utterly enchanting atmosphere with the gentle instrumentation washing over those stunning vocals. Check out the heartfelt and emotive single here and keep an eye out for more from Aquilo.

Olivia Dean – Baby Come Home

London based singer/songwriter Olivia Dean shines on her utterly emotive and delightfully smooth new single ‘Baby Come Home’. Opening with the gentle strums of the guitar, it’s Dean’s enchanting tones that steal the show here as they wash over the soothing soundscape. A song for “missing the one you love”, ‘Baby Come Home’ serves as the follow up to previously released single ‘Crossroads’ and last year’s ‘Ok Love You Bye’ EP, both of which wonderfully showcase the rising artist’s magnificent songwriting and luxurious vocals.

Premiere: simon a. – Way To Go

Premiering at COLORS, check out the mind blowing new EP from East London based singer/songwriter simon a. titled ‘Way to Go’. Featuring previously released cuts like ‘Grace’ and ‘White Heart’, the five-track EP is a genre-bending journey of self-reflection and self exploration which sees simon a.’s soulful intonations sweep across atmospheric soundscapes that bring to mind the poetic storytelling and vocal range of Frank Ocean. Dive into simon a.’s mesmerising compositions on ‘Way to Go’ here; it’s one of the most impressive projects you’ll hear this year.