Mysie has announced her new EP ‘joyride’, and shared the title-track

The new record's coming in May.
Photo Credit: Laura Zepp

Mysie has announced her new EP ‘joyride’.

Set for release on 13th May via Fraser T. Smith‘s label 70Hz, it follows on from previous EP ‘Undertones’, and is preceded by the title-track – a song about “love not aligning”, she explains.

“‘joyride’ is about holding on and eventually letting go,” Mysie adds. “All the lessons I’ve learned about myself during the ride never stop.”

Fraser comments: “From the first time we met, it was always very clear to me that Mysie was an extraordinary talent. Working closely with her over the past two years and watching her develop into one of the country’s most exciting new artists and songwriters has been a fantastic experience for me and the 70Hz team. The ‘joyride’ EP is Mysie’s best work to date, as she opens up her heart, mind and soul – and takes the listener on an intimate, beautiful, rhythmic journey.”

Check out ‘joyride’ below.

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