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Emerging Dutch singer and COLORS album RIMON shares new single ‘Hypnotizing’, another delectable and soulful slice of magic. Following the release of ‘Dust’ and ‘Close’ with J Rick earlier this year, the rising artist shines once more on ‘Hypnotizing’. Produced by FNMLAS who pens a striking trap-inspired beat sprinkled with delicate piano chords to complement RIMON’s exquisite vocals.
Norwegian songstress and COLORS alum Charlotte Dos Santos shares the utterly breathtaking and healing new single ‘Harvest Time’. A song about “killing your ego and burying the old”, ‘Harvest Time’ is a spellbinding and soulful affair as the Oslo based artist’s soothing tones wash over the gentle and serene instrumentation. This sense of release and regeneration is captured wonderfully in the song’s accompanying music video which sees Dos Santos surrounded by nature; whether it’s lush fields or a wondrous waterfall.
London based singer/songwriter Abi Ocia enchants with her soothing, enriching sounds on stunning debut EP ‘Where Are You?’. Featuring previously released single ‘Offering’, the project is a startlingly beautiful collection of songs that see the Londoner explore reflecting on her identity and faith. Throughout ‘Where Are You?’, Ocia’s golden tones offer solace whilst her eloquent narratives resonate so wonderfully with the listener.
Consider yourself introduced to Thailand based singer, songwriter and producer Numcha, who dazzles with her sparkling debut single ‘Keep Cold’. Accompanied by an equally charming music video directed by Kero, the shimmering single shines brightly with Numcha’s elegant vocals gliding across the serene soundscape. The perfect song to bring warmth to your soul on these chilly days.
London singer/songwriter ABISHA shares an atmospheric and utterly haunting music video for latest single ‘Real Life’. Having already impressed with previously released singles ‘All That’, ‘Project X’, ‘Nothing Matters’ and ‘Confused’, the emerging artist serves up another delectable slice of alt-pop laced with R&B with ‘Real Life’. Highlighting the singer’s alluring vocals, the song is brought to life by a gorgeous clip directed by Edward Cooke, premiering here at COLORS.
Sarah Klang’s warming music is exactly what we need during this time of year. Her powerful voice fits perfectly along with the beautiful instrumentation, as you can hear in ’Call Me’, the lead single from her new record ‘Creamy Blue’. The lyrics serve as an anthem for the brokenhearted, the forever romantic, the dreamer and the believer. Through ‘Creamy Blue’, Sarah Klang evokes every emotion and every step from being in a relationship til it’s end; it’s a reconciliation between her and her own heart, it is a ten track confession of how a relationship can affect you.
Nottingham based newcomer George Gretton shares beautiful new self-written and self-produced single in the form of ‘Grey / Blue’. Serving as the follow up to previously released singles ‘Tread Water’ and ‘Too Soon’, ‘Grey / Blue’ is a sparkling cut that exemplifies Gretton’s magnificent songwriting and endearing vocal tones. ‘Grey / Blue’ is a reminder that we all need every now and then to carry on “whether skies are grey or blue”.
Toronto based singer/songwriter Tasha Angela releases the follow up visuals for her timeless single ‘Lost in Nostalgia’, which is taken from her forthcoming debut EP titled ‘Hidden Gems’. Directed by angelicamilash, the visual wonderfully captures the song’s dreamy disco vibes and “explores nostalgia through a colourful lens”. Taking you on a trip down memory lane, the mirrors the record’s story of looking back and cherishing the memories of the past, evoking a sense of comfort and respite through her warming tones.
West London based singer and songwriter Ava Zarate releases her magnificent jazz-inspired single ‘How Does It Feel’. Following up last year’s brilliant ‘Too Good to Be True’ and ‘To Be Opened’ projects which featured stand out cuts like ‘Estella’ and ‘Look At You’, Zarate continues to impress with her infectiously sweet voice and relatable lyrics on ‘How Does It Feel’.
‘Summer 3000’ is the debut EP from the emerging Swedish R&B-duo called Hannes, who first made an impression when COLORS alum Seinabo Sey invited them on stage at the Way Out West Festival in Gothenburg, Sweden in August. The singer’s silky smooth voice is an invitation to the world of late summer nights, teenage love and a mix of different emotions whilst the production encompasses a captivating simplicity. ‘Summer 3000’ is more than just an EP, it is everything, it has everything: the voice, the lyrics, the beats.
Since being blown away by his fantastic debut single ‘Votk’ this past summer, Canadian artist Moël has gone onto release debut EP ‘Kopia’. The seven-track project captures the artist’s elegant and sophisticated production with stirring narratives that are topped off by Moël’s captivating vocals. From the slow burning ‘Prayers’, to the almost-choral, stunning beauty of ‘Fire Loft’, Moël captivates you from start to finish.
TheSymphny establishes himself as one of the most exciting artists to come out of South Africa with his stellar ‘Moments’ EP. The three-track project wonderfully encapsulates the rising artist’s poignant and self-reflective songwriting whilst sombre yet sophisticated soundscapes serve as the perfect backdrop to his endearing tones. With singles ‘Back To You’ and ‘Let You Go’, TheSymphny creates a soothing atmosphere, one that comforts and consoles from start to finish.
Indian sitarist and artist Anoushka Shankar teams up with French-Cuban sisters Ibeyi on the gentle yet empowering ‘Lovable’. Opening with the heartwarming strums of Shankar’s sitar, the track melts your heart as the trio’s tranquil voices harmonise to perfection before sharp electronics enter the mix. The healing words uttered wonderfully complement the serenity in the production, check out the track here.
Nashville based singer/songwriter R.LUM.R shares the gentle and soothing ‘Lonely’, a startlingly beautiful ballad taken from his forthcoming new album ‘Surfacing’. Following a myriad of equally captivating singles in the form of ‘How This Feels’, ‘Boys Should Never Cry’ and ‘Cold’, the single embodies a simple yet serene atmosphere, one that allows R.LUM.R’s golden tones to shine and serve as a form of comfort despite the heartbreaking lines. Check out ‘Lonely’ here and be sure to keep an eye out for ‘Surfacing’ when it drops November 1st.
Danish-Chilean artist Molina shares enthralling new single ‘Parásito’, the latest offering from her forthcoming EP titled ‘Vanilla Shell’. Serving as the follow up to previously released ‘Venus’ and ‘Hey Kids’, ‘Parásito’ is a haunting synth-pop cut that marks the singer’s first song sung entirely in Spanish. Check out the dreamy track here, and be sure to look out for ‘Vanilla Shell’ when it drops next month.
London based singer, songwriter Gia Ford follows up her delectable debut ‘Turbo Dreams’ with another lush slice of alternative pop in the form of ‘Girl’. Accompanied by an equally captivating music video which is directed by Melony Lemon and Char Ellesse, the sparkling cut showcases Gia Ford’s magnificent and powerful vocals as they glide across the silky soundscape. Check out the fabulous visual, and be sure to give Gia Ford’s ‘Poster Boy’ tape a spin too.
Canadian singer, songwriter and producer Charlotte Day Wilson follows up last year’s ‘Stone Woman’ EP with her gorgeous new single ‘Mountains’. With additional production from D Mile & Teo Halm as well as background vocals from the likes of fellow COLORS alum Daniel Caesar, ‘Mountains’ opens with serene water sounds before CDW’s lush tones enter the foray.
Ghanaian singer, songwriter, engineer and DJ Amaarae delivers her seductive and utterly captivating new single ‘LIKE IT’. Born in New York, raised in Atlanta and Accra, Ama Serwah (which translates to “woman warrior/” or “princess of war”) released her stunning debut EP ‘Passionfruit Summers’ and most recently featured on Kojey Radical’s ‘Cashmere Tears’ project. With ‘LIKE IT’, Amaarae shines once more as her sweet and soulful vocals flutter atop the bass-heavy beat.
Nairobi based singer/songwriter Ku Kim’s latest single ‘Peridot’ is a titillatingly vibrant and atmospheric cut that strikes quite the chord. Driven by a crisp beat penned by Mzati that features some stunning woodwind sections, ‘Peridot’ shines brighter with Ku Kim’s enchanting vocals, encompassing an energy that’ll soothe your soul from start to finish.
Having captivated us with her sensational debut single ‘Noise’ earlier this year, New York based singer/songwriter ZSELA marks her return with the equally arresting ‘Earlier Days’. A gentle and serene ballad that’s taking from her forthcoming debut EP, ‘Earlier Days’ is another exceptional portrayal of ZSELA’s soulful songwriting about “ill-placed love and the uselessness of nostalgia”.