By Vee D
Returning with another unique synth-pop single, Greta Isaac’s latest track, Nuh Uh, showcases the Welsh singer’s prowess for crafting fresh melodies, ready for the release of her second EP, I Think You’d Hate It Here.
Complete with an eye-popping, immersive music video, Nuh Uh is built around it’s heavy electronic riff, which paves the way for the passionate outbursts of Greta’s vocals on the chorus. Contrasting the dramatic sound of the instrumental with her own inherent playfulness, Greta’s sound is reinvented on each song, having already provided tasters of her new EP on the tracks, 5’1, and Polyfilla.
“I wrote NUH UH around the same time as Polyfilla and 5’1, although the tone and essence of this song could not be more different.” Says Greta, who collaborated once more with stylist Suzie Walsh on the new track to achieve the video’s surreal flashiness. “NUH UH is manic, delusional, desperate and supercharged to the point where I don’t really feel like it’s me who’s singing it when I listen to it. Sonically it feels like the moment you have a “spark” with someone – a spike in energy, your eyes blacken, your skin gets hot and sweaty.”
Having quickly risen in popularity throughout 2021, Greta has been championed by Radio 1 with the title “Future Artist”,