Sigrid - Sucker Punch

Sigrid – Sucker Punch

Sigrid – Sucker Punch

 

 

 

 

Sigrid - Sucker Punch

Sigrid – Sucker Punch

 

 

 

Sigrid – Sucker Punch

 

 

 

Norwegian pop singer/songwriter Sigrid followed her elder siblings into the music business, signing a major-label deal with Island at just 20 years of age. Born Sigrid Solbakk Raabe on September 5, 1996 into a music-loving family and brought up in the sunny seaport of Ålesund in western Norway, about 300 miles from Oslo, she was the youngest of three siblings, each of whom had their own musical career. Her sister Johanne was a classically trained singer who had studied in Italy and Spain, while her brother Tellef had tasted indie success at home with his own band. Growing up influenced by classic artists like Joni Mitchell, Chet Baker, and Neil Young, she was taught to play the piano at an early age by her grandmother and guitar by her brother, and for ten years was a dancer, studying several different styles.

 

After a stint in her brother’s band, Sigrid turned her hand to songwriting and launched her solo career in October 2013 at the tender age of 16 with the single “Sun,” which saw her featured on NRK’s (Norwegian state television) hip tastemaker show Urørt (Untouched). Two further singles, “Two Fish” and “Known You Forever,” alongside spellbinding performances at several major European music festivals, sealed her reputation as a superbly talented songwriter and performer. With her rich, powerful, versatile voice and elfin good looks, she seemed ready-made for pop superstardom, and the ensuing bidding war finally saw her signed to Island. She delivered on the promise with her epic, anthemic debut single for the label, “Don’t Kill My Vibe,” released in February 2017. Co-written and produced by Martin Sjølie (Ella Henderson, Sam Smith), it was unveiled with much fanfare on BBC Radio 1, becoming their “Hottest Record in the World,” and immediately racked up millions of plays on streaming services. The equally successful single “Strangers” followed that November.

~ John D. Buchanan

 

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Matt Cardle - Nobody

Matt Cardle – Nobody

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Matt Cardle - Nobody

Matt Cardle – Nobody

 

 

 

Matt Cardle – Nobody

 

 

 

While The X Factor had been successful at creating female R&B superstars Leona Lewis and Alexandra Burke, the 2010 season of the series produced its first male winner to compete with the soft rock style of American Idols’ Kris Allen and David Cook in the shape of falsetto-voiced Matt Cardle. Born in Southampton, Hampshire in 1983, Cardle attended the same sixth form college as X Factor host Dermot O’Leary and 2009 runner-up Olly Murs. He worked a host of jobs including bricklaying, painting, and decorating, and performed in various indie rock bands. In 2010, his group Seven Summers independently released their self-titled debut album, and the same year, he auditioned for the seventh season of Simon Cowell’s hit show. Impressing judges with his rendition of Amy Winehouse’s “You Know I’m No Good,” he made it through to the live stages, where he was mentored by Dannii Minogue. His performances of tracks originally sung by female artists, including Kelly Rowland, Britney Spears, and Roberta Flack, helped him to reach the final, where he beat soul singer Rebecca Ferguson and boy band One Direction with 44-percent of the vote.

 

His debut single, a cover version of Biffy Clyro’s “Many of Horror,” renamed “When We Collide,” was a complete contrast to the Miley Cyrus track given to previous winner Joe McElderry, a clear indication he would receive more serious, credible artist treatment than his male predecessors. The single took the Christmas number one spot, where it stayed for three weeks, and was nominated for Best British Single at the BRIT Awards. In 2011, Cardle released his debut full-length album, Letters. In 2012, he parted ways with Simon Cowell’s hit factory Syco Music. This was a bold move, and allowed the rugged crooner far more creative control on his sophomore album, The Fire, which came out later that year. Cardle returned in 2013 with his third effort, Porcelain. The record received favorable reviews, particularly citing the singer/songwriter’s burgeoning creativity since his departure from Syco. In 2015, he made his first foray into the acting world, taking on the role of Huey Calhoun in the stage musical Memphis, from July to October of that year. He returned to music in 2016, embarking on a nationwide summer U.K. tour. Intimate and Live, a live release of one of his shows, appeared later that fall. Taking time out after his hectic tour, Cardle slowly set about writing his fourth album. Entering the studio in 2017 with Jim Eliot (Kylie Minogue, Ellie Goulding), the resulting album, Time to Be Alive, was issued in the spring of the following year on Sony.

~ Jon O’Brien

 

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George Ezra - Hold My Girl

George Ezra – Hold My Girl

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George Ezra - Hold My Girl

George Ezra – Hold My Girl

 

 

 

George Ezra – Hold My Girl

 

 

 

Hertford-reared, Bristol-based singer/songwriter George Ezra possesses a deep, resonant, and emotionally weathered voice that belies his considerable youth. Influenced by similarly precocious troubadours like Bob Dylan and Hank Williams, Ezra was just 19 when he issued his debut single, “Budapest,” a warm, amiable, and soulful slice of classy folk-pop that invoked names like Willy Mason, Ben Howard, Ray LaMontagne, and Tom Odell. That song, along with three others, appeared on his 2013 debut EP, Did You Hear the Rain? Increased touring and an appearance at Glastonbury preceded his second EP, Cassy O’, which arrived in early 2014. “Budapest” was re-released in June of that year, followed a few weeks later by Ezra’s debut LP, Wanted on Voyage. The album entered the U.K. charts at number three and eventually climbed into the top spot by year’s end, earning him four Brit Award nominations and a North American tour supporting Sam Smith in early 2015. During this period he made his American television debut with appearances on Saturday Night Live and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, increasing his exposure. In April 2017, Ezra announced a “top secret” U.K. tour, during which he would debut new material. It was accompanied by the release of “Don’t Matter Now,” the lead single from his follow-up LP. A second single, “Paradise,” was released in January 2018 followed by the announcement that Ezra’s second album, Staying at Tamara’s…

 ~ James Christopher Monger

 

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Yellow Days - How Can I Love You

Yellow Days – How Can I Love You

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Yellow Days - How Can I Love You

Yellow Days – How Can I Love You

 

 

Yellow Days – How Can I Love You

 

 

 

Yellow Days continues his prolificacy with a brand new single, How Can I Love You? through Columbia Records. For what has ostensibly been an independent bedroom/garden shed based project for the nineteen year old Surrey based musician, Yellow Days is now taking the blueprint of his acclaimed acid-tinged sound to a bigger space, and painting it with broader, denser and brighter brush strokes.

 

How Can I Love You? follows the Spring release of single, The Way Things Change, as George van den Broek’s first musical output since signing a record deal, and whilst everything he recorded throughout 2018 was performed by George alone, here he opens the door to a collective of musicians to assist in delivering a sound that remains very much his own, and alongside production in a bigger studio space. The sonics here remain as potent as ever, a lounge-y, louche jazz piano opens the track before a loose groove kicks-in. Trumpets puncture the space at the back of the track before moving effortlessly to the forefront, and it evokes both his old soul n’ blues favourites that he listened to growing up, and some more contemporary sounds too (from Roy Ayers, Alton Elis, Pink Floyd right through to slacker prince Mac DeMarco). It’s a leftfield pop record, and oozing with modern soul.

 

Crucially, How Can I Love You? floats on its own cloud, and a sound that doesn’t sit comfortably with his supposed peers. Yellow Days has achieved so much to date (including a sold-out show at London’s KOKO back in the Summer, and back-to-back sold out US tours), whilst working deliberately out of the mainstream spotlight. This new single feels like Yellow Days confidently stepping out of the garden shed and into a much bigger league, without the need for any compromising. It’s a confident leap forward, and a tantalising taster of things to come.

 

Yellow Days heads back out on the road throughout October to headline a tour of the UK and Europe, including a night at Brixton Electric on the 29th October. He then returns to the US and Canada for a run of fourteen shows, including two sell-out nights in LA and two more in New York.

 

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10th October – Democrazy, Gent

 

11th October – Het Zonnehuis, Amsterdam – SOLD OUT

 

12th October – Uebel & Gefahrlick, Hamburg

 

13th October – Festsaal Kreuzberg, Berlin

 

15th October – Vega, Copenhagen

 

18th October – Papiersaal, Zurich

 

19th October – Arci Ohibo, Milan

 

22nd October – Thekla, Bristol – SOLD OUT

 

23rd October – The Bullingdon Arms, Oxford

 

25th October – Riverside, Newcastle

 

26th October – The Garage, Glasgow

 

27th October – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

 

28th October – The Globe, Cardiff

 

29th October – Brixton Electric, London

 

4th November – Tropicalia Festival, Long Beach

 

5th November – El Ray Theatre, Los Angeles – SOLD OUT

 

6th November – El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles – SOLD OUT

 

7th November – Slim’s, San Francisco – SOLD OUT

 

9th November – Kilby Court, Salt Lake City – SOLD OUT

 

10th November – Larimer Lounge, Denver – SOLD OUT

 

12th November – Lincoln Hall, Chicago

 

14th November – Lee’s Palace, Toronto – SOLD OUT

 

15th November – Casa Del Popolo, Montreal – SOLD OUT

 

16th November – The Sinclair Music Hall, Boston

 

17th November – Music Hall of Williamsburg, New York – SOLD OUT

 

18th November – Music Hall of Williamsburg, New York – SOLD OUT

 

19th November – First Unitarian Church, Philadelphia

 

20th November – Rock & Roll Hotel, Washington DC – SOLD OUT

 

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Unit 408 - Kat Saul

Unit 408 – Kat Saul

Unit 408 – Kat Saul

 

 

 

 

 

Unit 408 - Kat Saul

Unit 408 – Kat Saul

 

 

 

 

Unit 408 – Kat Saul

 

Kat Saul Releases New Single titled “Unit 408”. With “Unit 408” Kat brings things close to home with a song entitled the name of her actual apartment unit number. Written about the all too relatable feeling of wishing an ex would come over late night, because after all, they “know the way” – “Unit 408” is a sexy alt/pop track that perfectly defines Kat Saul’s unapologetic writing sensibilities & left of center sound.

 

Growing up in Nashville, pop singer-songwriter Kat Saul learned to play guitar and piano at age five and started writing her own songs at age 13. By the time she was in high school, she was participating in professional writing sessions and is now one of the most buzzed about young pop writers in Music City.

 

She’s fresh off her latest release “Jericho,” a song Nashville Native Magazine calls “a definite max out the volume sing along,” and PopDust hails “a hot track that embodies exactly the kind of buzz she is making in the songwriting community.”

 

A little left from center, Kat’s sound is a blend of alt pop melodies and production with Nashville flavored lyrical sensibility.  Kat is influenced by Sia, Lorde, Gwen Stefani and the like.

 

Her electric live performance chops and undeniable stage presence makes her not only one of the most exciting young writers in Nashville’s emerging pop scene, but also one of the most entertaining performers. She recently played L.A.’s famed The Hotel Cafe and will perform next at Nashville’s The Basement on November 26 in support of her latest release “Unit 408.”

 

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Ruin My Life - Zara Larsson

Ruin My Life – Zara Larsson

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Ruin My Life - Zara Larsson

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Swedish vocalist and songwriter Zara Larsson has a penchant for crafting soulful electropop that falls somewhere between Rihanna, Lorde, and Robyn. Born in Solna (a suburb of Stockholm), she first caught the public’s eyes and ears in 2008 as the winner of the popular Swedish talent show Talang Sverige (the regional version of Got Talent). Following the success of the show, she inked a deal with Ten Music Group and issued her debut EP, Introducing, which featured the hit single “Uncover,” in 2013. The song was certified triple-platinum in her home country, and after another EP, Allow Me to Reintroduce Myself, Larsson began work on her official debut long-player… Three additional singles reached the Swedish Top Ten: “She’s Not Me,” “Carry You Home,” and “Rooftop.”

 

A pair of 2015 singles proved to be her international breakthrough. First, “Lush Life” reached the Top Ten across Europe, then “Never Forget You” (featuring MNEK) hit the Top Ten in Great Britain and went gold in the United States. Those tracks would eventually appear on her sophomore LP. Before the release of that album, she collaborated with Tinie Tempah on “Girls Like” and David Guetta for the 2016 UEFA Euro Cup theme, “This One’s for You.” By the time So Good was released in early 2017, four additional singles had been issued, including the Charlie Puth-penned “So Good” with Ty Dolla $ign, “Symphony” with Clean Bandit, and the MNEK-produced “Ain’t My Fault.”

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Saviour - Jennings Couch

Saviour – Jennings Couch

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Saviour - Jennings Couch

Saviour – Jennings Couch

 

 

 

Artist Name: Jennings Couch

 

Song Title: Saviour

 

Genre: Alternative Rock

 

Release Date: 5/10/18

 

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Saviour – Jennings Couch

 

Born in the wilderness of New York City, raised in rural England and made on the streets of London, Jennings Couch is someone who embraces change. Since writing his first songs at the age of 7, Jennings has gone on to create a unique – and eccentric – pop voice. In the beginning of 2017 after having recorded an album’s worth of music, Jennings began gigging and within three months was on his way to Austin, Texas to perform at SXSW 2017. This was followed by a trip to Chengdu, China to perform at the 2017 Silk Road Indie Music Festival where Jennings won the award for ‘Best Song in Show’. Live, Jennings Couch employs pitch perfect harmonization and anthemic arrangements that provide fans with rich and varied soundscapes that compares to the likes of The 1975 and Imagine Dragons. His lyrics deal with a range of philosophical, social and scientific topics from physics to heartbreak and everything in between. Whether a result of his influences, travels or tendency towards the obtuse, one this is certain: in an era of copycat faux-musicality, Jennings Couch is a refreshingly unique proposition.

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Brief us on how to impress fans during a live performance.

Never lose eye contact. I was always told it’s super important to look your audience in the eyes when you’re performing. This was hard for me to do because I used to be super nervous and even turn my back to the audience. As soon as you do this, you lose their concentration. Let them be transfixed by you and the music!

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List the names of your biggest supporters.

My career is still in its infancy so my biggest supporters are still my friends and girlfriend. But by far my biggest fan right now is my mum, bless her. She’s always believed I can make it as a songwriter and solo artist. People like that really give me confidence and the drive to succeed!

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Explain what has motivated you so far in your music career.

The desire to make this my job has always driven me. The idea that I can make a living off of something I love doing – making music – has always been a driving force. I literally couldn’t imagine doing anything else. I don’t even know how to do anything else! As a songwriter, I want people to be able to relate to my music. It’s always been a dream of mine to play a huge stadium gig and have the entire audience singing my song back to me! I couldn’t think of anything better for a songwriter.

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Discuss your experience as an artist.

I’m not going to lie, it’s been tough; loads of high moments and a lot more low moments. I’ve been close to quitting several times. It’s just so hard to make a splash in this day in age. The music market is so saturated, especially here in London, and it seems there’s no way to get your head above water. I believe it will take perseverance and passion. Once people start to take notice of what you’re doing, and they can see that you believe and love what you do, they will start to pay attention and the word will spread. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve had some amazing moments playing shows as far away as China! It’s just interesting how you can be on such a high playing to hundreds of people on the other side of the world, then you come home and it feels like you are back to square one. Sitting at the computer, doing social media and trying to make it work.

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Tell us the biggest mistake you have ever made in your music career.

Probably the biggest mistake was not starting my music career sooner! I started proper when I was 21, but if I did when I was 16 I believe I would be better at using social media and interacting with people online. Especially with vlogging. I hate vlogging, but it is so important and lets people see the real you! I just can’t do it though…

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Discuss the story behind the song.

The story behind my new song ‘Saviour’ is about being strong-willed and determined. It is about carving your own path in society and not giving in to social norms, just being yourself. I emphasized this idea with a strong lead vocal performance in the song and lyrics like “Now my heart is on my tongue and I can’t help saying just what I want”. Lines like this give a sense of rebellion and speaking out against those who want to beat you down. Also, the static drumbeat gives a sense of walking or marching, as if you were taking your own path. Overall, I think I conveyed my ideas clearly and strongly through the lyrical and rhythmic content.

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Tell us how to fund a music project.

There are many ways to fund a music project. Websites like Go Fund Me or Patreon are good ways to secure enough funding to record your next album or perhaps put on a small tour. However, I believe long term investment is necessary for a successful project. Once you have established yourself as an artist, it might be worth seeking investors who love your music and believe in your project. That way you can be sure the funds will be there when it’s time to release new music or tour the world!

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Discuss your opinion on the safety of fans during shows and live performances.

Fan safety is key. If a fan has a bad experience at one of your shows, it is likely he won’t be your fan anymore. So it is paramount to make sure that the fans have a safe and enjoyable time. To be honest, fan safety and performance security are not my strongest subjects! But I do know that the safety of the public is of utmost importance. As an artist, I wouldn’t want anyone to have a bad experience at one of my shows, so of course fan safety is important to me.

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Tell us the greatest piece of advice someone has given you as an artist.   

The greatest piece of advice someone has said to me is just keep pushing. Keep striving for success. No matter how depressed you get, keep going.

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Tell us what you will improve or change in your music.

I am constantly evolving my sound and my performance. As I grow as an artist, I become inspired by other artists and bands and I get new ideas for my music as well. Just recently I’ve been discovering my ‘sound’ as an artist, both in songwriting and in my vocal delivery. My new song ‘Saviour’ is a perfect example of this. I am now leaning towards a slightly more edgy sound with strong vocals, whereas previously I was doing more ‘soft rock’ style music.

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Discuss vocal training and how you protect your vocal.

Vocal training and technique is super important to me. I spend at least 40 minutes every other day doing vocal exercises, extending my range, making sure I keep developing my ‘sound’. Before any vocal session, whether I’m recording, doing a gig, or just rehearsing, I always warm up. It is so important to warm up your vocal chords and your face muscles, especially if you haven’t sung for a few days. My songs have quite strong vocal parts and high melodies so if I don’t warm up properly I can end up doing damage to my vocal chords. Before a gig I like to take a Vocalzone tablet or something similar just to open up the sinuses and relax the vocal chords.

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Discuss your best mood during performance.

My best mood during a performance is when I just lose myself. I end up closing my eyes, listening to the music and enjoy singing to it. However, I forget that I’m supposed to be eye-balling the audience at all times. But I believe sometimes it’s good to show the audience that you can lose yourself. It shows them that you love and believe in what you do and that is a contagious feeling.

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State your artist’s name and elaborate on it.

My artist name is my real name! – Jennings Couch. I know it is a strange name, but it is a family name…

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List your best artists with reasons.

Grandson – I love his mix of hip-hop and rock.

 

Twenty One Pilots – I believe they are at the forefront of blending genres like hip-hop, rap, rock and alternative / indie. It is something I want to experiment with as well.

 

Glass Animals – They have such a unique vibe and they are true to their sound. It’s great to see artists who have such a defined sound.

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Discuss your existence as an artist.

I see the music industry as a huge brick wall and all of us artists are lined up at the wall trying to figure out how to break through into the industry. Some people have more success at breaking through the wall. For me right now, I am just picking at the brick wall with a needle. I need a bigger tool, something stronger to break the wall. This will come in the form of a song that I release, or a show that I play. I need something that will help me to break through. Once you’re in, people will start to take notice of you.

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Tell us the greatest problem you think is facing the society and the solution.

In terms of the music industry, the greatest problem it is facing right now is lack of control. The music industry does not know how to cope with so many people releasing so much music all the time. Streaming is a problem too because the artists do not get paid for it. The only way an artist can actually make money is by playing big shows and selling merchandise. Or getting lucky and getting a song on a TV show or film, but again the market is so saturated: it is hard to get your head above water.

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Discuss your songwriting and recording.

My songwriting takes many forms. I have no rules or guidelines. I just start with whatever I like: maybe it is a drumbeat, or a lyric that I like. Then I build the song piece by piece, always remembering to stay true to myself but also try and make the song relatable for all listeners. My favourite is the recording process. I love being in the studio with my producers making records. It is amazing to hear a song come together.

Trade Hearts - Max & Harvey

Trade Hearts – Max & Harvey

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Trade Hearts - Max & Harvey

Trade Hearts – Max & Harvey

 

 

 

 

Trade Hearts – Max & Harvey

 

 

Max & Harvey release an outstanding and captivating music video for the song titled Trade Hearts.

 

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Back & Forth - MK x Jonas Blue x Becky Hill

Back & Forth – MK x Jonas Blue x Becky Hill

Back & Forth – MK x Jonas Blue x Becky Hill

 

 

 

 

 

Back & Forth - MK x Jonas Blue x Becky Hill

Back & Forth – MK x Jonas Blue x Becky Hill

 

 

 

 

Back & Forth – MK x Jonas Blue x Becky Hill

 

Marc Kinchen’s touch is subtle, but it has changed the course of dance music multiple times. Born in 1972, the Detroit native got his start crafting moody, groove-heavy deep house for Kevin Saunderson’s KMS label when he was just 17. By the early ’90s, Kinchen (better known as MK) was making his mark on underground dance floors with hits like “Always” and “Love Changes,” balancing strident drum programming with punchy keys and organ bass—a signature sound that quickly found him rising in stature as the industry’s go-to remixer, racking up credits for The B-52’s, Pet Shop Boys, Céline Dion, Moby, and dozens more across pop, dance, and R&B. In the 2000s, he shifted his focus to hip-hop and made beats for Will Smith and Pitbull, but as deep house came back into vogue, a new generation of fans gravitated to MK’s early work. It was his 2013 remix for Storm Queen’s “Look Right Through”—skeletal, funky, and easily mistaken for an actual product of ’90s vintage—that marked MK’s return to dance music, followed by still more remixes (Duke Dumont, Sam Smith, Clean Bandit, and even Nile Rodgers got the MK treatment) and jubilant throwback anthems like 2016’s “Piece of Me” and 2017’s “17.” In the new material, MK gave classic piano house a state-of-the-art update, yielding a sleek, punchy sound akin to future house.

 

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Paloma Faith – Loyal

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Paloma Faith - Loyal

Paloma Faith – Loyal

 

 

 

Paloma Faith – Loyal

 

What a year it’s been for Paloma Faith! Last November she released her acclaimed #1 album ‘The Architect’ featuring ‘Crybaby’, ‘Guilty’ and ‘Warrior’. Her 14 date UK Arena tour this spring was an unqualified success while she spent much of the summer playing outdoor shows up and down the country.

 

Having sold over 330,000 copies so far, a deluxe version of ‘The Architect’ will be released next month on RCA Records. The album, her fourth, spent 8 weeks in the top 10, and 32 weeks in the top 40.

 

This expanded edition will feature 6 new songs including the new single, ‘Loyal’, a powerhouse, emotionally charged anthem; ‘Make Your Own Kind Of Music’, the hit song that soundtracked Paloma’s iconic Skoda campaign and ‘Lullaby’ her summer smash hit with superstar DJ and producer Sigala.

 

Paloma Faith’s first 3 albums went double platinum, joining Adele as the only British female artist this decade to achieve that feat, putting Paloma on course to become the first ever British female artist to achieve four double platinum records.

 

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