British singer Mahalia has just dropped a three-track EP, Isolation Tapes. It's the follow-up to her debut album, Love And Compromise, which came out in September last year.
It's a treat for fans stuck in isolation, and marks Mahalia's 22nd birthday. It's a way of celebrating, as the release date marks what would have been the day of a sold-out birthday show at London's Brixton Academy - which has now been moved to August 21st. While it's not a huge live show, it is some more R&B goodness from Mahalia.
Speaking about the EP's release, Mahalia says, “Since being at home, I’ve spent a lot of time writing new music and listening to old music. I found songs that I’d forgotten about, listened to them and fell in love with them all over again.
"In these uncertain times, when we have so little control over what is going to happen next, I think we have to focus on what we can control. Music is where I feel that most. And I’m so proud to be putting this EP out!”
The EP features BRB, Plastic Plants and Too Nice - and is a triple dose of new music from Mahalia, and couldn't have arrived at a better time.
Check out the EP below - more music from Mahalia is always a good thing.