Edinburgh-based guitarist and singer-songwriter Cathal Murphy shares the poignant ‘Ever Since We Were Young’, the soundtrack to Amazon Prime’s Reavey Brothers.
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’.
‘Keep Up’ deals with the sad and sudden loss of one of Paul Vinson’s old classmates to suicide that led to the creation of this touching acoustic pop track.
Evi Bosman’s ‘Remind Me’ is the serene single designed to rummage through the remains of loss, mourning and grief with an incomparable delicacy.
With music, the possibilities are endless, yet for Bay Area singer-songwriter Ashton York, there was only one story that he needed to share when it came to writing and recording ‘Awful Time’.
It’s in new single ‘Summertime’ from Danish singer and songwriter BREGN that our perspective of this season is brought into a new light.
In Avigayil’s ‘Fading Away’, the Israeli artist softly narrates the inner thoughts of a young person on the burgeoning edge of adulthood, as she sings “crazy how fast it all changed”.
Lake District-based Scottish artist Celestial North depicts euphoria and devastation in her folky dream-pop single ‘When The Gods Dance’.
On listening to Connor Desai’s new single ‘Some Time Ago’, we were instantly captivated by the unflinching honesty and palpable vulnerability that this singer-songwriter instills into every word and note.