April has collaborated with Jimi Somewhere on ‘Impossible’, a new single from her upcoming mixtape, ‘STARLANE’

Her new mixtape, ‘STARLANE’, is due to drop on October 21st via Atlantic Records UK.
Photo credit: Sophie Harrow

April has released a new single, ‘Impossible’, featuring Norweigan alt-popper Jimi Somewhere.

It follows her previous 2022 singles, ‘54321’ and ‘That Feeling’, in the build-up towards her new mixtape, ‘STARLANE’, which will be released on October 21st via Atlantic Records UK.

Stimulated by a move from her rural hometown to the bright lights of London, ‘STARLANE’ promises to kick off a new era of exploration that begins with a delve into vivid and vibrant pop. It will follow April’s ‘When It Comes To You’ EP, which dropped in March.

On her new single, April says: “I wrote ‘Impossible‘ at a time I was really reflecting on relationships — learning a lot about how feelings are fleeting and you can’t blame people for not feeling the same all the time. I asked Jimi to feature on ‘Impossible’ after we had a session together and became friends this year. I became instantly obsessed with his music, and had almost finished the ‘STARLANE’ mixtape at the time, so I just really wanted to make sure he was on there somewhere. He wrote a verse and hopped on the song – I love it.” 

You can check out ‘Impossible’ below:

You can pre-save ‘STARLANEhere.

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