Rising singer-songwriter daisy veacock wants us to remember that it's okay to have crushes on her latest track, 'float right back to you’.

Amid the vibrant tapestry of London’s music scene, daisy veacock is rapidly making her mark. With a unique fusion of pop and jazz, her music is a soulful reflection of urban life, intertwining personal anecdotes with universal themes. daisy’s clever lyricism paints a vivid picture of youthful existence in the city, resonating with listeners on multiple levels.


Drawing inspiration from icons such as Lily Allen and Amy Winehouse, alongside influences from classic jazz, rhythm, and blues, daisy’s sound is distinctive and authentically her own. Her latest single, ‘float right back to you’, marks a significant milestone in her artistic journey, presenting a polished, pop-forward evolution. The track delves into the bittersweet nature of unrequited love: having a crush on someone that you know you can’t have and knowing that the crush is better in your head than in reality.


The creative process behind the single was a collaborative effort, involving her producer, band members, and other talented artists. A particularly memorable moment was the spontaneous inclusion of an old hunting horn, which complemented the song perfectly. Listeners can look forward to discovering hidden meanings within the track, including nods to daisy’s previous works.


The single’s imagery is inspired by the whimsical Pixar film Up, encapsulating the recurring theme of returning to a cherished crush. Released today, the track forebodes her performance at this year’s Glastonbury Festival and ‘float right back to you is poised to be this summer’s quintessential love anthem. daisy hopes her audience will “come away bopping” and even tell her a secret about one of their crushes.

Listen to 'float right back to you' now: