Let Harleighblu Help You 'Forget' Your Troubles
With her confident, jazzy vocal swagger and soulful, hip-hop infused sensibility, the U.K.'s Harleighblu has rightfully earned critical acclaim from tastemakers over the last couple of years for her sensuously seductive self-possession. From airplay on BBC Radio to performing at Glastonbury, and from gathering a slew of noted collaborators to touring France, Harleighblu has at every turn proved the universal appeal of her sultry delivery and compelling lyricism. Following the release of her 'Forget Me Not' album in 2013, she returned earlier this year with the eclectically inspiration and progressive creativity of her 'Futurespective' EP, an arresting collection of musical-horizon expanding tracks that added a electro-suffused, 'future-beats' instinct to her hip-hop inspired heritage. Looking forward now to the release of the second installment in the 'Futurespective' EP series, Harleighblu has returned with the Captain Supernova produced, 'Forget'. Driven by a thickly-humming bassline that finds itself enveloped by swirling synths and a crisp snare, Harleighblu muses with a jazzy nonchalance on the merits of mind-altering assistance in the pursuit of 'forgetting' life's troubles - 'sometimes you need to forget though' - as she showcases the soulful swagger that so effortlessly marks her out as a star on the rise.