By Frank Bell
Liverpudlian singer Lois Levin makes her mark within the Jazz scene with her new heartfelt track You Don’t Make Me Feel Good Anymore. It’s a track about her experiences of heartbreak, love, and loss through an electronic swing of jazz and modern contemporary pop.
Filled with plenty of vibe and Northern charm, the rising songwriter states: “You Don’t Make Me Feel Good Anymore is exactly about what you’d think. The song is direct but still confusing and complex, kind of what happens when you find someone attractive but it’s just absolutely going nowhere and it’s not even worth it”.
‘You Don’t Make Me Feel Good Anymore’ is a soulful artwork of modern pop that demonstrates an artist set to rise up. It shares similarities with artists such as Celeste, Laura Mvula and Lianna La Havas, though her sound explores a northern touch similar to Lapsley. It was produced by Jon Witnall, who has previously worked with Rhianna and Coldplay, after the two sat down to discuss similar interests in music. After a few months of writing together, Lois found herself with her first singles.