Words has a certain effortless charm to its melody and subtle production, that instantly grabs your attention with a gorgeous vocal floating on top of the track. There is no real fat on the track itself, which makes for a real showcase for Naaz’s vocal chops and production ideas.
It’s very easy on the ear as the lyrical content just begs to be heard. Trace seems to really want the listener to focus on her words and voice, and as it speaks on unrequited adoration it might be something you’d really want to pay attention to.
London band Oh Wonder has just about released their latest video for the single ‘Heavy’.
London-based singer-songwriter Irini Mandó has unveiled the latest video to her latest single ‘Surfin’ Sky High’.
The visuals to Denai Moore’s latest single ‘Trickle’ is a declaration of growth, a break-up letter to her demons and a love letter to the liberated self. ‘Trickle’, produced by Steph Marziano, was first played on Huw Stephens’ BBC Radio 1 show and released on Because Music. On brave new track ‘Trickle’, Moore deals with…