In The Spotlight

Frankie Jobling – “Where Do You Go When You Go Quiet”

Born and raised in Newcastle, this British neo-soul singer and songwriter grew up in a music-loving household. Family parties dancing to the greats like Elton John and Gladys Knight & The Pips are a happy memory. She’s been gigging non stop and shared festival stages with Madness and ELIZA. Inspired by Aretha Franklin and Billie Holiday, she released her debut single “Are We Dreaming?” in 2021.

Intuitively written with an empathetic honesty, her new single describes the feeling of detachment from the world when you suffer from mental health issues. Starting with an ear-strokingly smooth guitar and her sultry, soulful voice, soon the song ascends with an R&B rhythm and layered instrumentation. Filled with heartfelt emotion and a genuine vulnerability, this tune is sheer sonic silk.

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Music History

The Four Seasons – “Down The Hall”

From their album “Helicon” (1977):

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New Music

Lucy Spraggan – “OCD”

From her upcoming album “Balance”, to be released on 28 April 2023:

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