Joel Compass hits the studio with Future Cut

25 Mar

British singer, songwriter, and record producer Joel Compass has recorded new material with Darren Lewis and Tunde Babalola of Future Cut.

The Manchester-based songwriting and production duo are responsible for helming Lily Allen’s “Smile,” Olly Murs’ “Please Don’t Let Me Go,” Stooshe’s “Black Heart,” Little Mix’s “How Ya Doin,” Shakira’s “Gypsy,” Foxes’ “Let Go for Tonight,” Melanie Fiona’s “Ay Yo,” Laura Izibor’s “Shine,” Ella Eyre’s “Together,” Sky Ferreira’s “On the Wire,” and Whinnie Williams’ “Too Strong.”

Moreover, Future Cut have reportedly contributed to the next projects by DAKOTA, Karen Harding, Tamera Foster, Jess Glynne, Kenzie May, Marlon Roudette, Sigrid Solbakk, Ria Ritchie, and KStewart.

Compass, on the other hand, is currently working on his upcoming debut album, as well as helming songs for other artists.

His previous credits include FKA twigs’ “Kicks,” Tinashe’s “Touch Pass,” Lion Babe’s “Impossible,” Soultech’s “Collide,” Laura Welsh’s “Soft Control,” Jamie Cullum’s “Forever,” Charlene Soraia’s “I’ll Be There,” Beverley Knight’s “Marvellous Party,” New Medicine’s “Sun Goes Down,” and Seal’s “Monascow.”

Compass’ extensive resume boasts additional works with fellow artists and musicians such as Amanda Ghost, John Legend, Nicola Roberts, Ian Dench, Mabel McVey, Jonny Coffer, Maiday, Kid Harpoon, Jorja Smith, Shift K3Y, Rosina Russell, Knox Brown, Elli Ingram, Fred Cox, and RAYE.

His four promotional singles “Run,” “Fucked Up,” “Girlfriends” and “Forgive Me” are now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Stream the following playlist dedicated to Future Cut’s work!

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