Five For Friday – 29th March 2024

noah elliot – ‘(Waiting) For Something’

Having recently released their eagerly-awaited new EP ‘Even Still’ in recent weeks, Dutch singer-songwriter noah elliott continues the support for their new collection with ‘(Waiting) For Something’. Honing a beautifully warm and effervescent acoustic-led aesthetic for this new outing, they shine across this tender new delight.

Lisa Ramey – ‘Better Than That’

Fresh off the back of her highly-praised EP ‘Foretaste’ in recent weeks, Lisa Ramey is continuing to highlight her newest material with the uplifting new gem ‘Better Than That’. Exploring more of that soul-enriched R&B style she is known for, this new offering makes for an incredibly emotive and powerful listen from start to finish.

Hannah Stone – ‘Bad News Bears’

Following the rousing response to her highly-praised debut EP ‘God’s Against This’, US artist Hannah Stone is returning to the fold with her captivating new offering ‘Bad News Bears’. With its bright and dynamic textures perfectly complementing her immersive vocals throughout, she continues her vibrant ascent with this uplifting new delight.


After a broad and progressive journey that has seen him explore a multitude of different aesthetics over the last few months, Chicago native Jon Le Vert continues his innovative streak with ‘WHITNEY (TOO YOUNG)’. Blending a dark and ethereal production with his driven vocal flow throughout, he is certainly looking to turn some heads with this one.

Catlea – ‘Like Me’

With their forthcoming new album ‘Language Barrier’ set to arrive in the near future, Cincinnati-based artist Catlea looks to preview her new LP with the emotive new single ‘Like Me’. WIth their warm and inviting vocals spread across a heartfelt production throughout, this new full-length looks set to become one of the more talked-about for the year ahead as well.

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