In The Spotlight

Abi Farrell – “I Will See You Through”

Hailing from Oxfordshire, this powerhouse soulstress was raised on steady diet of female pop, funk and soul. Influenced by the likes Aretha Franklin, Carole King and Chaka Khan, she’s stunning critics with her vocal control and tone. She debuted with her EP “The Only Way I Learn” in 2019, which earned her Richer Unsigned’s Artist Of The Week. She’s now in a writing partnership with Nick Corbin.

Welcoming you into her vivid auditory world with playful pizzicato strings, her new single soon reveals its uplifting, soulful self. Giving delicious 60s soul a contemporary edge, it’s the sprightly percussion and flirtatious violins with a slight gospel hue, which frame her sweet, yet fiery vocals. Sonically giving the listener a warm embrace, this lucid, high-spirited groove will see you through anything.

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Music History

Cee Lo Green – “Bright Lights, Bigger City”

From his album “The Lady Killer” (2010):

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New Music

Bonnie Tyler – “When The Lights Go Down”

From her upcoming album “The Best Is Yet To Come”, to be released on 26 February 2021:

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