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New Music JUST DROPPED this week by Chloe Bodur, ENNY, Finn Foxell and more





"RÜYA" by Chloe Bodur

London-born, Sri-lanken-Turkish singer, songwriter Chloe Bodur releases her

5-track EP- RÜYA which reflects the person she exists as in her dreams. Freely expressing her sexuality, lead singles ‘Come With Me’ and ‘Kitty & I’ set the tone of the project offering themes of divine femininity and female pleasure.






"Champagne Problems" by ENNY

London wordsmith ENNY is back with her first single this year.

ENNY says: "The problems I've had this year aren't last year's problems but they're problems nevertheless. I call them Champagne Problems because they are definitely the problems I would've rather had two years ago. With this track, it's nice to just get back to freestyling and rapping as an art."






"What's your poison" by Finn Foxell

West-London musician Finn Foxell releases his new single ‘What's Your

Poison?’, produced and co-written by Jacob Manson. Following the chronicles of modern inner city life, ‘What's Your Poison?’ is equal parts hedonistic to anti-establishment as we witness Finn challenge the social norms that have become so ingrained within us all.






"People Pleaser" & "Sleep At Night" by Cat Burns

London-based singer-songwriter Cat Burns released two new songs “people pleaser” and “sleep at night”. “'people pleaser' is what it says on the tin, my struggles with being a people pleaser and why I am one. 'sleep at night' is a really personal song for me; it's about being deeply hurt and wronged by someone but deciding to take the high road and not say anything bad about them because you're a good person.”

‘Sleep At Night’, she added: “’Sleep At Night’ is a really personal song for me; it’s about being deeply hurt and wronged by someone but deciding to take the high road and not say anything bad about them because you’re a good person."







"Pinky Blues" by Sophie Faith

London songwriter Sophie Faith releases jazzy heartbreak song, titled, "Pinky Blues". Speaking on the song, she says, “I actually wrote this single for an advert for a microphone company. They asked me to sum up what 2021 was to me, and I’d just come out of a relationship. The main focal point for us breaking up was the conversation around whether we were aligned on having children. I think it became really evident that we weren’t, and even having a small part of me that wants to fulfill dreams of being a mother, it felt like in order for me to be in the relationship, I would have to sacrifice that."



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