London’s Ulla Nova may have only just come on to our radar, but she’s stolen our hearts in the blink of an eye. She’s toured with Bipolar Sunshine and is now ready to drop her début single, Kid From London, out 12th May to cement her place as one to watch in 2014.
She’s already gaining support from the likes of Xfm and Amazing Radio, and she is set to play at this year’s Great Escape Festival in Brighton. The track itself is a shining example of power synth pop, Nova’s proud, swaggering sweet vocal tantalises the senses and stands strong announcing her as a formidable newcomer to the UK’s pop scene.
The track shines in its melding of genres, its pulsating wash of electro pop synths and hook laden hip hop beats firmly asserts that Ulla Nova means business. She’s poised and ready to take the charts by storm and she just might. It doesn’t get any more pleasing than to hear a track like Kid From London. Reaching dizzying heights in momentous fashion, its soaring and euphoric passion ignites your inner prowess and calls your inner goddess out, pop music at its best.