By Frank Bell
London songwriter Hedara returns this September with the emphatic, third track from her new EP Til Times Up. Continuing her unique and powerful brand of anthemic piano-pop, the new single sees her soar to new levels vocally.
Last year saw Hedara release two EP’s to critical acclaim. On the airwaves, she soon found favour among Jo Whiley and Dermot O’Leary who regularly supported her tracks across BBC Radio 2, BBC Introducing and 6Music. She’s also worked with Armada Music’s rising production talent Pablo Bravas on a release coveting support from Mistajam on BBC Radio 1.
Returning this Autumn with a full EP, the new single showcases the breadth of her musical talent. It’s a track that ebbs and flows from soft and melancholic moments, to an all out belting chorus.
Speaking on the new track, Hedara states: “Til Times Up is a song with no barriers. It’s a love song to the fullest. It’s rips down any walls, or insecurities, and is a very honest song about loving someone”