Tag Archives: Ed Thomas

Olivia Dean premieres music video for new single “Password Change”

11 Oct

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Olivia Dean has premiered the music video for her new single online.

The visual clip for “Password Change” was posted to the British singer/songwriter’s Vevo channel on Friday (October 11, 2019).

“Password Change” – which was co-written by Jonny Lattimer and produced by Oli Bayston – is now available via all other digital streaming outlets.

The track also marks the first promotional cut from Dean’s upcoming debut project under AMF Records / Virgin EMI Records, for which a title and release date is yet to be announced.

On the highly-anticipated collection, Dean has also worked with Anton Goransson, Isabella Sjostrand, Max Wolfgang, Emily Burns, Aston Rudi, Felix Joseph, Ed Thomas, Marlon Roudette, Fred Cox, and Jimmy Napes.

Watch the music video for “Password Change” below.

RoRo releases new promotional single “Trouble”

29 Aug

Bajan singer/songwriter Rochelle Griffith, known mononymously as RoRo, has released her new promotional single online.

“Trouble”  is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The track was co-written by fellow recording artist Maverick Sabre (Becky Hill, Jorja Smith) and collectively produced by Ed Thomas (Mae Muller, Joy Crookes) and Bradford Ellis (Fleur East, Leona Lewis).

RoRo recently provided guest vocals on the track “Prophecies,” taken from UK producer Courage’s latest project under Beastly Recordings, “Get Some Courage, Volume 2.” Her upcoming debut project is expected to arrive later this year via Mahogany Recordings.

Stream the audio clip for “Trouble” below.

 

Joy Crookes shares music video for new single “No Hands”

7 Jun

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Joy Crookes has shared the music video for her new single online.

The visual clip for “No Hands” was posted to the British singer/songwriter’s YouTube channel on Friday (June 7, 2019).

Crookes co-wrote “No Hands” with Jonny Lattimer, whose other credits include Ellie Goulding’s “Starry Eyed,” Kwabs’ “Walk,” Ella Eyre’s “Typical Me,” Foxes’ “Amazing,” Rebecca Ferguson’s “Backtrack,” and Frances’ “Let It Out.”

The track was produced by Felix Joseph, who is also responsible for Mahalia’s “Do Not Disturb,” Jorja Smith’s “Wandering Romance,” Birdy’s “Take My Heart,” Kevin Garrett’s “Strangehold,” and Elli Ingram’s “Table for Two.”

Crookes’ latest project “Perception” – featuring further contributions from Tre Jean-Marie, Ed Thomas, Bradford Ellis, Kasper Larsen, Fiona Bevan, Tom Stafford, Glen Roberts, and Paddy Byrne – is out now via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Watch the music video for “No Hands” below.

Joy Crookes delivers new mini-collection “Perception”

1 Jun

Joy Crookes has delivered her new EP online.

“Perception” – featuring five songs in the shape of “Hurts,” “No Hands,” “London Mine,” “Since I Left You” and “Darkest Hour” – is now available via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

EP contributors include Felix Joseph (Mahalia, Jorja Smith), Tre Jean-Marie (Hamzaa, Mabel McVey), Jonny Lattimer (Kwabs, Sinead Harnett), Kasper Larsen (Fleur East, Nina Nesbitt), Fiona Bevan (Yuna, Ed Sheeran), Paddy Byrne (Ella Eyre, Paloma Faith) and Ed Thomas (Mae Muller, Kiah Victoria).

Stream “Perception” below.

 

Mae Muller enlists Jimmy Napes for new single “Anticlimax”

20 May

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Mae Muller has announced the details for her new single.

The British singer/songwriter dubbed “Anticlimax” as her next promotional cut and will release it on May 24 via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

The track was co-written and produced by Jimmy Napes, who is also responsible for Tori Kelly’s “Change Your Mind,” Sam Smith’s “Dancing with a Stranger,” Alicia Keys’s “Hallelujah,” Mary J. Blige’s “When You’re Gone,” Lianne La Havas’s “Wonderful,” Jessie Ware’s “Pieces,” and Ray BLK’s “Doing Me.”

Meanwhile, Muller’s upcoming project is expected to arrive later this year via Universal Music Group / Capitol Records.

The still-untitled collection yields additional productions and songwriting contributions from Two Inch Punch, Naughty Boy, Caroline Ailin, Ed Thomas, Bastian Langebaek, Janee “Jin Jin” Bennett, Max Wolfgang, Lostboy, Eyelar Mirzazadeh, Joe Rubel, Marlon Roudette, and Invisible Men.

Watch the music video for “Busy Tone” below.

Mae Muller taps Naughty Boy for new collaboration

26 Feb

Mae Muller has tapped Naughty Boy for a new collaboration.

The British record producer and songwriter (born Shahid Khan) has previously worked with Emeli Sande (“Heaven”), Leona Lewis (“Trouble”), Rihanna (“Half of Me”), Mary J. Blige (“Pick Me Up”), Marlon Roudette (“Anti Hero”), Tanika Bailey (“Runaway”) and Cheryl Cole (“Craziest Things”).

Meanwhile, Muller’s current singles “Leave It Out” and “Flaws” – which were helmed by Darren Lewis and Tunde Babalola of UK songwriting and production duo Future Cut – are now available via all digital streaming outlets.

Her upcoming project reportedly yields alliances with Two Inch Punch, Jimmy Napes, Caroline Ailin, Ed Thomas, Bastian Langebaek, Jin Jin, Max Wolfgang, Lostboy, Eyelar Mirzazadeh, Joe Rubel, Marlon Roudette, and Invisible Men.

Stream the audio clip for “Leave It Out” below.

Mae Muller delivers new promotional singles “Leave it Out” and “Flaws”

17 Feb

Mae Muller has delivered two new promotional singles online.

“Leave it Out” (co-written by Danny Shah) and “Flaws” (co-written by Elizabeth “Lowell” Boland) are now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Production duties on both singles were handled by Darren Lewis and Tunde Babalola of Future Cut, who are also responsible for singles including “Smile” (Lily Allen), “Black Heart” (Stooshe), “Please Don’t Let Me Go” (Olly Murs), “Gypsy” (Shakira), and “How Ya Doing?” (Little Mix).

Meanwhile, Muller is expected to release her upcoming project and follow-up to 2018’s “Frankly” later this year via Universal Music Group / Capitol Records.

The still-untitled collection reportedly yields further contributions from Invisible Men, Ed Thomas, Jimmy Napes, Bastian Langebaek, Caroline Ailin, Lostboy, Jin Jin, Max Wolfgang, Eyelar Mirzazadeh, Joe Rubel, Marlon Roudette, and Two Inch Punch.

Stream the audio clips for “Leave it Out” and “Flaws” below.