There’s a wealth of great talent that stem from and reside within the UK. A good multitude of the artistic offerings hovering just outside widespread mainstream popularity come from those women who are far too often under-celebrated for their contributions, but have profound things to help us all explore.
British-Jamaican artist, Denai Moore, returns with the first track from her upcoming third album, an urgent, rallying cry against the turmoil and anxiety that is suffocating our modern society and saturating our already over-stimulated minds.
Her’s is a name we’ve been familiar with since the release of 2017’s “We Used to Bloom“, and following this latest effort we’ve got high hopes for the forthcoming project and it’s themes.
Perfectly calibrated for these unsettled times, “To the Brink” succinctly encapsulates the inside out, topsy turvy system that we are valiantly pushing back against today, as the world around us hurtles towards an uncertain fate.
The accompanying The Fader premiered video, shot by Moore and her partner Nadira Amrani captures a contrasting futuristic motif, a monochrome display with pops of colour throughout the avant-garde piece.
A busy period ahead, as Denai gears up to spend the winter finalising her much anticipated new album, she is also set to open a bricks and mortar version of her cult pop up Dee’s Table, where she introduced delicious, healthy vegan Jamaican food and thereby contributing to a larger ongoing discussion about awareness and sustainability which she will tackle even further on the new record.