#MuzikSpeaks: An Interview with Leah McFall

Matt interviews Leah McFall and finds out all about her latest single, ‘Happy Human’, her upcoming EP, ‘INK’, and asks a whole bunch of fans’ questions. It’s all here…




Having just released her latest single, Happy Human‘ (click the link to watch the video – if you haven’t heard/watched it yet, you must!), I had the privilege of talking to the stunningly talented singer, Leah McFall.

During our interview, Leah discussed her upcoming mini-album, ‘INK’, her plans for the approaching INK Tour (BUY TICKETS HERE), the best film she’s seen lately and she even shared some of her most embarrassing moments, including Chris Brown and a can of Coke! She also took the time to answer a whole host of fans’ questions too…It’s all in the video below!

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#WildCardWednesday: Bright City – ‘Colour’

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Well, what to say about this Brighton-based band; Brighton is where I live and it was a couple of Sunday’s ago, I was checking what new releases were coming out on iTunes the next day and saw this band had an album due out. I did some investigating to find that their album launch was happening that day in Hove. The only song I could find of theirs online was this one, which intrigued me, so I took myself to their album launch.

Within minutes I was chatted to by friendly audience members, only to find out that they are indeed a Christian band, all of whom attend St Peter’s church in Brighton. I personally am not a religious, church-going man, however was thoroughly surprised by the chatty supporters and then treated to a spell-binding performance by the band, including some dancers and a variety of singers.

I had to purchase the album because of the energy of their show and melodic songs – indeed they are not actually just a band, but rather a collective of artists, songwriters, producers and more, who have made a passionate thing into this captivating entity. Whilst a lot of the rest of the album does have many worship-based phrases, it still remains a very well crafted album.

This particular song is beautiful and I especially like the electronica edge to it.

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Matt – Muzik Speaks