Hugh Klein – Sensitive

October 6

Melbourne, Australia-based act Hugh Klein follows his delightful debut ‘Quand C’est Mou’ with another dazzling cut in the form of ‘Sensitive’. Taken from his forthcoming debut full length ‘No Plans, No Rules’ via Sydney/Berlin based label Lekker Collective, the single encompasses a lush soundscape of crisp drums, delicate keys and sublime guitars that’re sprinkled with Klein’s impeccably smooth and rich vocals. Tap into the jazz-infused single here and be sure to check out ‘No Plans, No Rules’ when it drops later this year.

Daniela Andrade – Nothing Much Has Changed, I Don’t Feel The Same

September 30

Honduran-Canadian artist Daniela Andrade unveils her long-awaited new EP titled ‘Nothing Much Has Changed, I Don’t Feel The Same’. Featuring previous cuts like ‘Puddles’ and ‘K.L.F.G.’, the six-track project beautifully showcases Andrade’s mesmerizing and serene vocals over gloriously rich and inviting soundscapes. Throughout the EP, Andrade’s vocals and writing are just as smooth as they are sharp; weaving their way through lush instrumentation courtesy of Andrade herself along with Harrison and Gray Rowan. Stream the brilliant project in full here, it’s magical!

Fana Hues – Icarus

September 29

Pasadena-based singer/songwriter Fana Hues shares illuminating new single ‘Icarus’ which is accompanied by an equally stunning music video. Taken from her forthcoming EP which is out later this year, the breathtaking cut serves as the follow up to Hues’ fabulous debut single ‘Notice Me’ which released this past summer. Soundtracked by a summery guitar and piano melodies that are driven by a crisp beat, it’s Hues’ hazy, lush vocals that steal the show here – check out the single here for yourself.

Hope Tala – All My Girls Like to Fight

September 25

Dive into the vibrant atmospherics of ‘All My Girls Like to Fight’, the latest offering from rising West London based singer/songwriter Hope Tala. Serving as the artist’s first release since last year’s wonderful ‘Sensitive Soul’ EP, the single is soundtracked by a pounding electronic beat laced with delicate piano melodies and some breathtaking strings as Tala lays down her glossy smooth vocals. Taken from Hope Tala’s forthcoming EP ‘Girl Eats Sun’ via PMR Records, check out ‘All My Girls Like to Fight’ here; it is well worth the wait!

George Gretton – Floods

September 20

Nottingham, UK based musician, singer and songwriter George Gretton reveals his long-awaited genre-bending debut EP titled ‘Floods’. Featuring previous singles ‘Overhead’, ‘Slipstream’ and ‘Walk’, the five-track project wonderfully captures Gretton’s exceptional ability to blend together the worlds of electronic, pop, R&B, soul and funk to create an entirely unique and vibrant sound. From the soft intonations of opener ‘Floods’ to the electronic-led closer ‘Perennial’, George Gretton has created one of this year’s strongest bodies of work in ‘Floods’ – stream the project in its entirety here.

Nicole Chambers – Caution Sign

September 17

Canadian singer/songwriter Nicole Chambers flexes her magical tones and poetic songwriting on her delectable new single ‘Caution Sign’. Serving as the follow up to soulful intonations of ‘I’m Fine’ which dropped last month, ‘Caution Sign’ embraces an Afrobeat influence that carries the track along its rhythmic wave as Chambers’ infectious melodies and soothing vocals wash over the relaxing soundscape. Check out the single here and be sure to keep an eye out for Nicole Chambers’ forthcoming new album which is out later this year.

Eefje De Visser – De Parade

September 16

Dive into the mesmerising atmospherics of ‘De Parade’, the stunning single from Netherlands-based artist Eefje De Visser. Accompanied by a music video shot on tape and boasting gorgeous choreography, ‘De Parade’ is a stand out offering from the rising singer/songwriter’s brilliant album ‘Bitterzoet’ which was released earlier this year. Check out the brilliant visual here and be sure to give ‘Bitterzoet’ a spin too if you haven’t already done so.

Jonah Christian & Ari PenSmith – City Girl

September 10

London based singer-songwriter/producer Ari PenSmith and L.A. based artist Jonah Christian team up for sensational new single ‘City Girl’. Having lent their expertise to tracks by the likes of Beyoncé, Lil Wayne and KAYTRANADA as well as COLORS alumni GoldLink and Mahalia, the pair step into the spotlight with a vibrant and atmospheric cut that blends together 90’s afrobeat, reggae, and dancehall. Dive into the gorgeous track which is out via Soulection here; it’s a blast from start to finish!

Marie Noreger – Soulfully High

September 7

Introducing Norwegian singer/songwriter Marie Noreger and her delightful new single ‘Soulfully High’ which is lifted from her upcoming debut EP. The follow up to previous cut ‘Adore’ sees the newcomer showcase her poetic storytelling and sublime vocals over an uplifting and fluttery soundbed consisting of glittering electronics and warm guitars. Dive into the captivating single here and keep an eye out for Noreger’s debut EP which is out early next year.

Miles From Kinshasa – Beloved

September 6

Congo-born, London-based singer, songwriter and producer Miles From Kinshasa shares his exceptional new EP titled ‘Beloved’. Featuring previous cuts like ‘Wearing Smiles’, ‘Lookin 4 You’ and ‘Motionz’ (a collaboration with Murkage Dave), the eight track project captures the artist’s refreshing sound and serves as arguably his most personal and heartfelt offering to date. From the bouncy atmospherics of ‘Extra’ to the soothing tones of closer ‘Let Me Down’, ‘Beloved’ is one of the most impressive projects you’ll hear this year.

RÜDE CÅT – Homesick

September 3

Consider yourself introduced to singer, songwriter and musician RÜDE CÅT whose debut single ‘Homesick’ will quite frankly blow you away. Opening with warm acoustic guitars, the track is taken to new heights as a burst of electronics shoot through the soundscape for the soaring chorus which boasts RÜDE CÅT’s impeccable vocals. A refreshing take on R&B, soul and electronic with an alternative twist, ‘Homesick’ cements RÜDE CÅT as one to watch – check it out for yourself here.

Ian Isiah – AUNTIE

August 31

Brooklyn based singer/songwriter Ian Isiah shares his highly-anticipated EP titled ‘AUNTIE’ featuring previous cuts like ‘Princess Pouty’ and ‘Loose Truth’. Over the course of the seven-track project, Isiah effortlessly showcases his exceptional versatility as a singer, songwriter and musician. Dripping with funk-filled moments that showcase Isiah’s superb storytelling and soothing tones, ‘AUNTIE’ is undoubtedly one of the most striking and impressive projects you’ll hear this year.

Mysie – Bones

South London based Ivor Novello nominated singer/songwriter Mysie (pronounced my-zee) shares a sensational new single in the form of ‘Bones’. Serving as the follow up to previous release ‘Gift’, ‘Bones’ is an intricate and utterly captivating track which sees the rising singer’s magnificent vocals soar across the bass-heavy soundscape. Check out the single which “is about going within, and what your gut has to offer” and its Duran Abdullah-directed music video here, it’s an absolute stunner!

George Riley – Move

Consider yourself introduced to London based singer/songwriter George Riley and her thought-provoking new single ‘Move’ produced with regular collaborator Oliver Palfreyman. The follow up to last year’s ‘Herstory’, ‘Move’ captures Riley’s breathy vocals traipse across the skittering beat as she sings addresses the discourse around the Black Lives Matter movement. Check out the song and it’s wonderful music video directed by Amy DBM here.

abrahamblue – Can’t Keep Up

August 26

Antwerp based newcomer abrahamblue follows up debut offering ‘Hoops’ with another sparkling cut in the form of ‘Can’t Keep Up’. Lifted from his forthcoming debut EP titled ‘Tracks I Made Last Summer’, the shimmering single blends together elements of soul, jazz and hip-hop as abrahamblue sings about “coping with life’s overwhelming demands by not fitting in”. Dive into the glorious single and its accompanying lo-fi music video here, and be sure to keep an eye out for ‘Tracks I Made Last Summer’ which drops October 23rd.

NAO – Woman (ft. Lianne La Havas)

London based singer/songwriter NAO teams up with fellow native Lianne La Havas for empowering and soulful new single titled ‘Woman’, her first offering of new music since 2018’s Grammy-nominated ‘Saturn’. Arguably two of the most exciting and unique vocalists and writers in the past few years, NAO and Lianne La Havas (both of whom have performed stunning sessions for COLORS), serenade with their ever so smooth and soft vocals over a funk-filled beat penned by long-time NAO collaborator LOXE. Dive into the spellbinding single and it’s equally vibrant music video directed by Luis Mejiahere here.

COMPASS – Hypocrite

Consider yourself introduced to London based singer, songwriter and producer COMPASS who stuns with debut single ‘Hypocrite’. Having lent a hand in producing and composing for the likes of Tinashe, Jorja Smith, FKA Twigs and Snoh Aalegra, COMPASS steps into the spotlight with one of the most breathtaking and intoxicating debuts you’ll have heard all year. Press play to bask in those heavenly falsetto-laden vocals and be sure to keep an eye out for more from this rising musician.

Maro – carsick

August 18

Born and raised in Lebanon, Maro’s infectious new single ‘carsick’ is one of those songs that’ll get stuck in your head from the very first listen. Soundtracked by dreamy guitars and a slick, breezy beat ‘carsick’ sees Maro’s soothing tones glide across with ease as he croons that catchy hook. Check out the magnificent single and its equally playful lyric video here.

Charlotte Day Wilson – Take Care of You / Summertime

August 17

Toronto based singer, songwriter and producer Charlotte Day Wilson returns with two glorious new singles in the form of ‘Take Care of You’ (featuring Syd) and ‘Summertime’. On both tracks, Wilson lays down her delightfully smooth and elegant vocals over soulful soundscapes that meld together a range of sounds. On ‘Take Care of You’, Syd accompanies CDW with her own magical musings to create a truly entrancing atmosphere whilst ‘Summertime’ sees Wilson “reflecting on some unrequited emotions that always seem to come back in the summer”. Check out the singles here and be sure to watch Charlotte Day Wilson’s stunning COLORS session if you haven’t already done so.

Dava – Right Time

August 16

Consider yourself introduced to rising L.A. based newcomer Dava who shares her beautifully woozy new single in the form of ‘Right Time’. A dazzling slice of woozy R&B, the song wonderfully highlights Dava’s exceptionally sweet and sugary vocals which grace the crisp, breezy soundscape. Check out the swirling single and it’s equally alluring music video here.