Undiscovered is a weekly playlist sharing our pick of the best new music from the world's most exciting emerging musicians. You heard it here first.
"Nineteen" by Dylan
“‘Nineteen’ is a nostalgic song about youth, love and heartbreak,” says rising pop artist Dylan of her euphoric new single. “It’s just about being young, and the summer of [being] 19 was so superior to every other summer because I had no responsibilities, and no school, and no reason to be anywhere.”
"Shlumped Up" by KhakiKid
There's some real feel-good, Anderson .Paak vibes from Dublin rapper KhakiKid on this vibey new single. The Good Buzz Collective member's brand of deprecating hip-hop is sure to blow him up real soon.
"Shoreditch" by Deyah
Cardiff MC and producer Deyah picks up the pace from her usual laid-back sound. Ten Billion Dreams' production gives way to an irresistible beat, scattered with horn licks as Deyah delivers self-affirming bars.
"Romantico" by icekream
Swiftly rising producer icekream has shared his latest release, "Romantico". Born and raised in Paris, he drew influence from the local scenes while looking further afield for inspirations that shaped his sound; he names Fatboy Slim, Jamiroquai, DJ Premier and The Neptunes as his influences.
"Something in the Water" by Carrie Baxter
Irish-born, London-based Carrie Baxter serves us real Tom Misch vibes on this jazz-inflected number. Lyrically, it's a relatable bop about hangover-induced retrospection. As Carrie explains: “It is an ode to youthfulness and decisions that bring momentary joy but leave a bad taste in your mouth, both metaphorically and literally”.
"Loving The Light" by Charlotte Jane
For fans of Ariana Grande, Charlotte Jane flexes her crystalline vocals on this gorgeous new pop single. It's all about appreciating life and is generally a real mood-booster of a tune.
"Simple" by Fia Moon
Rising Irish pop singer-songwriter Fia Moon explores the complexities of relationships, life, and perspectives in new song "Simple". Of the single, Moon said: "I've always been fascinated by the fact that two people can be in the same situation but experience it through a completely different lens because of their mindset. This song really is an exploration of that and wishing I was able switch to a less complicated frame of mind, wishing things would be more simple."
"Jazz Angel (Bill)" by Morly
Part of her new album, 'Til I Start Speaking', visual artist and singer-songwriter Morly sings tenderly and ethereally on his jazzy number. The song is “about my incredible piano teacher Bill Augustine, who helped me find my way when I was drowning a bit living amidst the music industry in LA,” Morly explains. "Every week in his little Santa Monica studio, he reminded me of why I love making music and helped me reach deeper to try to touch the source.”
"Before We Were Us" by Zola Courtney
Zola Courtney takes us on a journey through her thoughts on his stripped-back, tender single. Posting on socials, Zola revealed that the song is part of a 3 track EP coming soon, explaining that, "Sometimes being with someone else means loosing a bit of yourself".
"Chewing Gum" by Cian Ducrot
An upbeat, summery dose of indie-pop from another brilliant rising Irish artist, Cian Ducrot. If you haven't discovered him yet, make sure he's on your radar for 5SOS vibes.