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London based ambient-electronic/alt-pop artist Nick Wilson prepares to immerse listeners with his new EP “A Face I’ve Never Seen Before”. His latest single “Colour Me In” received acclaim from the likes of Clash, Earmilk, The Line Of Best Fit and Spindle Magazine and the new EP continues the path of combining slick sounding and dreamlike sweeping electronica with honeyed vocals.

“”A Face I’ve Never Seen Before” is the first EP I’ve released in 4 years. It’s a culmination of writing non-stop and figuring out exactly what type of music I wanted to be making. I wrote all four tracks with Nick Atkinson and Edd Holloway (Lewis Capaldi, Gabrielle Aplin) over the course of 2 years. We never had the intention of releasing these songs as a body of work when we started writing, but once we had all the songs together they just made sense. They all have a central theme – human connection, and the feelings that develop between relationships, but each song explores a different emotion”

Can’t say no to one of my favorite rising starlets in Gabrille Aplin. She has a sort of innocent bliss to all her music that reminds me of how happy music should make people feel. “Waking Up Slow” is the epitome of feel-good pop and you should listen to it right now.

Her name may be recognizable to many, but Gabrielle Aplin’s newest song, “Miss You,” showcases the singer under a new light. On her forthcoming EP, “Miss You” showcases the kind of vocal delivery you’ve come to expect, but with a vibe that leans slightly towards radio friendly pop. “Miss You” is also the first self-released single by Gabrielle on her very own indie label Never Fade Records which was founded “in order to give young talent and unsigned artists their first stepping stone in the music industry.” Head here to snag your copy.
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