Isaac Waddington is constantly searching for balance.
It's a key aspect in his life, one that fuses his art and his emotional state as one.
New EP 'Dirty Mile' is incoming, and it continues this path, following the release of 'Other Way' back in July.
A bold, soulful collection, one pinned down with much maturity, it draws on the very foundations of pop as a literate, thoughtful form.
Take new single 'Bright Skies'. The sound of a songwriter cutting deep into their art, its back to basics approach means you can't help but be drawn in.
He comments: "This song is all about change. It talks about fate, the uncertainty of the future, and the feeling when you finally gain clarity on where your life is heading. The music that accompanies the lyrics is meant to sound hopeful."
We've been handed a neat live session, one that features Isaac Waddington performing alone, at home; accompanied by little more than his keyboard, it's a fragile but enormously affecting clip.
Tune in now.
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