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Autumn update

As the nights draw in there’s more excuse than ever to curl up and catch up with new music. Give your playlist a new season update with the best new artists, as curated by Emporio Armani Sounds.

Fauness

London-based trio Fauness have swept the Internet with their colour co-ordinated video for “Street Song” this month, the accompanying visual to their conceptual, synth-laden debut track. Described as ‘electronic fairy rock music’, but with an underlying message about the complexity of femininity, you can expect interesting things to come from this trio in the months ahead.

Cat Burns

If R&B is your thing then look no further than 18-year-old Cat Burns, the songstress creating honest, infectious R&B. Her new single “Sober” marries guitar melodies, afro-pop and Cat’s candid songwriting to create a modern track championing female empowerment. It’s little surprise that her “meaningful pop” is hotly tipped for 2019. Stay ahead of the game and download “Sober” now.

Moli

Belgian-born but Berlin-based, singer Moli has wanted to be a musician for as long as she can remember. Now, the 19-year-old writes upbeat, catchy pop songs based on her own experiences that her fans can relate to – love, heartbreak, loneliness and the day to day life of adolescence. She released her debut EP earlier this year and is gearing up for plenty of new music in the New Year. Our favourite tracks? “Didn’t Mean To” and “Comfortable”.

Zanillya

Amsterdam’s Zanillya is a name to know right now. With music in her blood (her father was disco legend Bobby Farrell of Boney M), the musician creates tracks that fuse dance, pop and electronica and stick in your head for long after you’ve finished playing them. Add “For You” to your playlist right now and expect to

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