British musician Martha Hill has dropped her brand new single. Entitled “Boom” the single will appear on her new EP Dog Hearted Man which set for release on June 18.
According to Martha, this new single offers the perfect preview of her upcoming EP. “Boom” explores the mundanity of adult life accompanied by wit as well as a charismatic tongue-in-cheek approach that you can’t resist.
Martha also shared that Dog Hearted Man is also a more upbeat offering than the EPs she released before and said: “this EP is definitely a bit dafter than the other two, which I think is important after such a difficult and serious year. I just wanted to put some trombone down and play with some beats and have a laugh!
It’s a collection of songs that are all quite self-reflective and I talk about all the different parts of myself (the dog-hearted man) from being a bored 25 year old, to my lazy alter-ego, to my old house 151. Talking about growing cheese plants and nostalgia… a lot of the subject matter is pretty mundane!”
From this EP, the singer and songwriter has already shared the single “Change”, which was first played by Jack Saunders‘ Next Wave on BBC Radio 1, but it also got support from Spotify’s New Music Friday, BBC 6 Music, The Independent, The Line of Best Fit and more.
The 25-year old singer left rural Scotland where she grew up at 17 to travel around Europe, before settling down in Newcastle, where she threw herself into the UK music scene. With her previous EPs, Be Still released in 2019 and Summer Up North released in 2020, the musician revealed her left-pop writing that is hard-hitting and catchy as hell.
She also shares the energy of husky vocals and melodic hooks with her introspective storytelling that is delivering socially conscious themed music accompanied by a backdrop of guitars, cellos and synth, thriving in reinvention and fusion.
Martha Hill’s journey into the music scene is only at its beginning but we should watch her next steps carefully!
Listen to Martha Hill brand new single “Boom” here: