Emily Breeze Announces New Single

The Feed: Emily Breeze, Wyldest, IDER and more

Emily Breeze Announces New Single

The Feed: Emily Breeze, Wyldest, IDER and more

Another mid-week dosage of new music and there’s plenty to go around so scroll below and have a listen!

Emily Breeze – Raining In My Heart

With her ‘Limousines’ single launch show this Friday at The Cube, Bristol goddess Emily Breeze has shared a b-side cover of Buddy Holly’s ‘Raining In My Heart’, providing a beautifully dark and compelling take to the original. If you managed to get a ticket to the sold-out show this Friday, you’re in for a real treat.

Wyldest – Headrush

Having announced details of their debut album Dream Chaos, London based trio Wyldest return with their enchanting new single ‘Headrush’. The band’s level of dream pop has grown much edgier in this first preview, with swirling synths, grittier guitar lines and soaring vocals that swallow you’re heart in whole.

IDER – Mirror

Speaking of album previews, London duo IDER have shared another glimpse of their forthcoming debut record with captivating piece ‘Mirror’. Uplifting production sequences and stellar vocals intertwine as the song’s story of self discovery grows even more personal and accomplishing.

Eléa Calvet – Sacrifice

Following a string of successful single releases, Bristol based singer-songwriter Eléa Calvet has shared her next single in the form of ‘Sacrifice’. Encompassing the tension of her songwriting and beautiful crafted instrumentations, Calvet’s raw emotion and honesty shine through in this incredibly touching presentation.

Sœur – Out Again

Following their exploding single release of ‘Fight’ from their forthcoming EP of the same name next month, Bristol rock stars Sœur channel their fiery energy once more in new track ‘Out Again’ – breaking down walls with grunge-stomping guitars, hard-hitting drums and the extremely infectious dual-vocal harmonies from Anya and Tina respectively. Another winner from Bristol’s breakthrough act.

Neurotic Fiction – Loose End

Rounding off the list with fuzzy number ‘Loose Ends’ from Bristol newcomers Neurotic Fiction. With the band’s debut album Pulp Music out next month, the track provides a whirlwind mixture of what’s to come but overall coming together for a well-balanced listen with sharp guitars and layered vocals that perk you up during moments.