Five For Friday – 5th July 2024

MOXXY JONES – ‘This Time’

Independent duo Moxxy Jones have released their highly anticipated synth-pop album, ‘Unnoticed,’ showcased by its recent single ‘This Time’. The album blends classical and singer-songwriter harmonies with avant-garde tones, infusing elements of industrial, R&B, and alternative rock from the ‘80s and ‘90s. ‘Unnoticed’ showcases Moxxy Jones’s unique musical tension and diverse stylistic influences, defining their debut with a bold, genre-defying sound.

Letisha Gordon – ‘Yo Yo’

Letisha Gordon, a rising star from Birmingham’s music scene, has released her latest single ‘Yo Yo’, a vibrant R&B/pop track produced by Ayo Beatz. Known for her electrifying presence and charismatic performances, Gordon gained attention with viral freestyles and notable collaborations, including features with Ghetts and WSTRN’s Akelle Charles.

Mik Ivy – ‘Superman’

Mik Ivy, a 20-year-old singer-songwriter originally from Geneva and now based in London, returns with his newest single ‘Superman’. Influenced by a diverse array of artists such as Arctic Monkeys, Mac Miller, and Tyler, the Creator, Mik Ivy’s upcoming debut album ‘DO NOT TAKE THE FLOWERS’, slated for release on the 12th July, explores themes of young love, hope, and self-acceptance, promising a compelling journey through modern youth culture.

Logan Taylor – ‘Some Other Woman’

American singer-songwriter Logan Taylor has now released her latest single ‘Some Other Woman’ from her upcoming studio album, marking a significant milestone in her musical career. The track highlights Taylor’s smooth vocals and distinctive sound, delving into the emotional complexity of loving someone you cannot be with, creating an enchanting musical journey through poignant lyrics and captivating soundscapes.

Tom Neilson – ‘I Was There’

Award-winning Australian singer-songwriter Tom Neilson has returned to deliver his debut solo EP ‘This Love I Know’, featuring the standout offering ‘I Was There’. Formerly known as the frontman of Standby Empire and recognised for winning the Queensland Music Award for Best Electronic Song in 2016, Neilson’s journey has evolved through performances alongside notable artists like Tash Sultana and Amy Shark.

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