1883 On Rotation: Piers James, Safiyah Hernandez, Casey Bishop

The latest in new music from MustbeJohn, Piers James, Safiyah Hernandez, Casey Bishop & more on this week’s 1883 playlist.

On Rotation this week is the latest release from Canadian indie alt-pop artist VENNA. She’s just dropped her new single Only. A track that was inspired by a toxic relationship dynamic. The track’s vocals, production and nuances are slick. Internet-sensation and 3x BRIT award nominated artist, KSI, is back with the striking new single Not Over Yet. He’s teamed up with renowned vocalist Tom Grennan, and the result makes for one fiery and energetic track. 1883 caught up with JJ last year, why not head over and have a read by clicking here. Need a new bouncy dance track in your life? Well then, you need to listen to Mustbejohns latest musical offering, Handy Mandy. John’s signature blunt vocal delivery and the grooving beat makes for one lush combination. The track is taken from his upcoming EP Romance In Great Britain. Cha Ching is the newest release from rising rapper, songwriter, and artist Piers James. Produced by Zdot, the track has swagger, flow and acts as a great example of why you need to keep an eye on this hotly tipped artist. You can expect his Showbiz EP to land in early 2023.

Elsewhere, Safiyah Hernandez has just unveiled the new single Skateboard. It’s a track that delves into how the artist deals with the stress of the current social and political climates, skating, music and friendships. It’s an effortlessly cool track from an artist who’s only at the start of a promising career. Singer-songwriter Casey Bishop is bringing the energy with the latest alt-pop single Don’t Talk! The Florida-based artist previously won over millions of fans as a competitor on season 19 of American Idol but now she’s gearing up to release her self-titled debut EP on September 28th. Don’t sleep on this artist. Finally, Kids Of Adelaide have released the single Chimney Sweeper. It’s the fourth and final offering taken from their forthcoming album. The track boasts serene vocals, numerous layers and interesting lyricism.

Listen to all this and more via the playlist below:


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