“My Oh My“… the debut single from solo artist Ezrae will leave you speechless, and for all the right reasons. Definitely worthy of chart placement, the new attire from the Walsall based artist aims indirectly to the boy Eve (aka Ezrae) had a crush on last year.
The type of single that Alanis Morissette or Beabadoobee would want in their collection, this is a youthful offering with a big middle finger up to heartache. Detailing that awkward stage between being friends and more than, the track was influence by a situation with Eve found out the guy she liked was dating the girl he promised was ‘just a friend’. We’ve all been there, and this relatable single hits the nail firmly on the head with similarities.
A bouncy indie-pop single that comes across as light as feather, the easy-listening offering is heavily inspired by the sound of The1975. Produced and mixed by RGM favourite Jonny Amos, the breathtaking release gives insight into an exceptional future ahead for the young songstress.
Radio-worthy and heavily based around a jangly guitar line, the organic instruments within this track are raw yet refreshingly comforted by the polished production.