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"Honest" by Congee
Congee announces the release of his debut EP coming May 13th with this new tune “Honest”, which draws moving inspiration from the artist’s family, including a sample of his grandmother’s voice. On the song, Congee says, “I wrote ‘Honest’ for my nana. I wrote the chorus years ago after my granddad’s passing. I’ve always found it a comforting thought that he’s up there somewhere watching over us.”
"I'm Sorry" by Artemas
Anxious optimist Artemas makes his introduction with the genre-fusing peppy introspection of “I’m Sorry”, which takes in FOMO and love for friends in equal measure.
"Perfect Human Specimen" by Lynks
Lynks completes their ‘MEN’ trilogy with the wryly humorous electro-pop banger “Perfect Human Specimen”, which brings 80s-style maximalism back in style as it skewers masculinity.
"I Don't Think I Love You Anymore" by Julia Church
Julia Church brings raw emotion straight from the journal in the cathartic “I Don’t Think I Love You Anymore”, which tracks a soulful path to emotional liberation from regret about a relationship. On the song, Church says, “I don’t think I love you anymore” is about the freedom that comes with resurfacing after a heartbreak. That feeling of untethering from someone who consumed your thoughts and realizing how empowering it is to no longer need them. For years I found myself pining over someone that, I realized, I didn’t even really know anymore. The chasm I felt didn’t really exist, It was just the memory of an old love that kept me anchored until I was able to let go of it. I wrote it like a journal entry and every lyric has specific personal significance to me. I wanted to be as honest as possible.”
"Bluff" by yunè pinku
Notion favourite yunè pinku launches her new EP ‘Bluff’ today, and the title track is an ethereal and bass-filled tune which summarises why she’s such an exciting entrant to the dance music scene.
"Don't You Give Up On Me" by Joshua Idehen
Having collaborated with huge names like Kojey Radical and D Double E, Joshua Idehen flies solo with the new track “Don’t You Give Up On Me”, a soulful introduction to the new chapter of his career.
"Adventure time" by Jen Berkova
Jen Berkova keeps it light with the exuberant trip of a single “Adventure time”, where catchy and uplifting beats welcome the listener to a carefree summer atmosphere.
"Tight Bend" by Chintzy Stetson
Chintzy Stetson ticked off the milestone of a headline gig in London this week, and this rising alt-pop star is keeping the momentum up with the vibrantly candid new single “Tight Bend”. On the song, he says, “The track is about when the carousel goes too fast and all the spinning plates wash into one tie dye of hell. It’s very much a vomit of regurgitated information absorbed through my television during the second lockdown. I wrote it in one go and recorded it at home in London through the pandemic and sent it to Tom Ungerer (Sam Fender) to produce it. It was originally 16 verses but has been cut down to 5.”
"FOOL" by Georg' Estelle
Georg’ Estelle understands the importance of timing, so she’s dropped her new single “FOOL” today – a bold and lush ode to confidence and the empowerment it brings. On the song, she says, “"This song came straight from the heart, I was hurting at the time and I was angry with the person who lied to me. I used all the emotions inside me to write a letter to him and to myself in an hour or so, the pen really took over my body. I love performing this song because I know there’s always someone who can relate. But this is no melancholic song, it’s about taking the lead and saying “goodbye” to what’s not good for you anymore."