As summer comes into full effect, singer-songwriter Bess Atwell is providing the tunes for those hazy days, as she drops the first teaser from her new album Already Always. Layering each instrumental with atmospheric textures, Atwell effortlessly swoons across the cinematic pop production, leading us into a kaleidoscopic soundscape. Accompanying the shimmering single with a nostalgic video, the singer brings another layer to the single and blissfully captures moments of love, life and death.
Speaking about the new song, she said, “You can only live in turmoil and guilt for so long. This song was a rare moment of relative ruthlessness. A moment to breathe and stop apologising for the way I felt, and to try out blaming the other person; “I’ve gone stale / and I don’t think you taste it / well why don’t you taste it.”
Following on from her latest rapturous singles “Co-op” and “Time Comes in Roses”, the emerging singer is due to release her new vibrant album September 21, as well as embarking on a 15-date UK headline tour in November and December. Teasing that her album will focus on relationships and her latest experiences, we are curious to see what the singer will bring to the table.
Check out the video and single below…