Oh, how we love us some Yuna. Continue reading
Yuna could be the artist with the most “Sexy Tracks” on this blog. That’s because she always delivers in style. Her fluttery style is right up our alley. However, this time around she is taking a bit of a different direction.
“Rescue” is an upbeat number. One that will make you want to go to a tropical destination and enjoy a pina colada or two. It’s all about love, joy and glee. A track that is happy-go-lucky in the middle of autumn – a hard feat to accomplish. This is a new direction for her as a first single from her second English album titled Nocturnal. It’s truly a great track for a soundtrack to a fun movie.
Oh how we love us some Yuna. We are very excited for her new album, titled Nocturnal. It sounds like a natural growth from her tantalizing self-titled debut. She has what it takes to make it big. This songs sounds like it could be the first single off of the new album, if it’s not, it should really be.
Yuna is set to release her forthcoming new album Nocturnal on Verve Records on October 29. The new album marks Yuna’s first full-length follow-up to her critically acclaimed self-titled debut from last year. “Nocturnal” features Yuna’s distinctive blend of organic pop, R&B soul and acoustic folk while also “digging deeper into her huge bag of pop star potential” (okayplayer.com). The album marks a new chapter for the Malaysian-born artist who is earning plenty of comparisons to female vocalists such as Feist, Adele and Norah Jones.
“Nocturnal” is a collection of eleven infectious new songs featuring the intoxicating single “Falling” produced by Robin Hannibal of the soul-pop group Rhye as well as the effervescent and uplifting track “Rescue” produced by Chris Braide. Other album highlights include “I Wanna Go” produced by Michael Einziger of Incubus as well as the breezy “Come Back.” Continue reading