Isabelle Brown - To Say Goodbye

Isabelle Brown hates ‘To Say Goodbye’

Age is no measure of talent. It’s long established in music and is again evident in the case of singer / songwriter, Isabelle Brown.

Off the back of her soulfully-infused 2019 03 EP, she is back with her latest offering of the year, To Say Goodbye. The exceptionally talented 16 year-old, with a voice truly beyond her years again exemplifies her fantastic songwriting from start to finish.

“Channelling Winehouse, nostalgic and fresh at the same time…this British teenager’s soulful voice will blow you away” – The Fader

Isabelle’s, quite frankly, unbelievable blend of musical maturity with youthful effervescence and lustre is much acclaimed. Her 2019 single Places spoke of self-confidence with refreshing youthful optimism. But was equally deeply soulful and poignant. On To Say Goodbye, she proves that was no fluke.

To Say Goodbye is timelessly soulful but is ever of the time. She speaks on the hurt of the end of a friendship, taking responsibility but accepting the end. The song’s video, touches on Isabelle’s childhood and moments of reminiscing on her past, telling the tale of past meeting present.

Isabelle Brown is an authentic star in the making and definitely someone you should have on your radar. She also was recently unveiled as an artist that will be performing at the eclectic Cross The Tracks festival this June in Brixton. Check out the new track above.

Other tunes we’re loving…

Olivia Escuyos – Attention

Raveena – Headaches

Aija – Piece of My Love

Amber Mark – Generous

Alex Isley – Gone

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