Lissy Taylor’s emphatic single ‘Healer’ demonstrates the complex nature of unconditional love; it’s not always easy, but it’s always there.
Leyla Diamondi’s ‘Broken Pieces’ isn’t just a song, it’s an experience as well as a common human condition.
‘you will never see this’ paints a detailed picture of Sabreen Islam’s former relationship through a series of pensive reflections and rhetorical questions.
‘Fly’ is the liberating soft-rock anthem from Canadian songwriter Lisa Froment, originally written for the artist’s own children.
Edinburgh-based guitarist and singer-songwriter Cathal Murphy shares the poignant ‘Ever Since We Were Young’, the soundtrack to Amazon Prime’s Reavey Brothers.
ICEBERG’s intimate track ‘Can’t Forgive Me’ with the warm, analog textures take the idea of forgiveness and turns it inwards.
From Paul Moody’s upcoming album project, ‘Time Bomb’ is the mellow acoustic track that grapples with the reality of connection and rejection.
Katie Keddie is back with a final recording and master of the very first song she ever wrote, ‘Comfort and Despair’.
Gateshead’s Hannah Robinson layers melancholic tones over intricate guitars and frenetic drums in cathartic new single ‘Nineteen’.
FIZA’s debut single ‘Pieces’ is really joyful and energetic song that’s come from personal advancement following adversity.