Lo Artiz makes an impressive debut with unapologetic soul anthem 'Wild Woman'.
A half-time drum beat and bright guitar work paves the way for Lo's powerhouse vocals to deliver a compelling narrative about using the pain in your life as a means of empowerment. It's a vocal masterclass from start to finish, effortlessly switching up from growling lows to raspy highs before belting out the infectious chorus as if her life depended on it.
Equally impressive musically as vocally, a good 2 minutes of the track is taken up by indulgent keys and guitar solos, a bold and refreshing decision in an age where songs are growing shorter and shorter through fear of skip rate.
It'a a statement debut if ever we've heard one and a tantalising first glimpse of her EP which is set to drop later this year.