Maxim Meyer-Horn

12 Jun 2019

World Premiere: Leeds-Based Singer Tallsaint Shares Vibrant New Song ‘Skin Deep’

We all know that the UK pop scene has brought us some of the biggest stars in music history, but we sometimes don’t realize how interesting the smaller acts are. One of them is the Leeds-based Tallsaint, who is ready to release her debut EP ‘Hard Love’.

The multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter Louisa Osborn hides behind the alter ego Tallsaint and has gifted us some incredible pop songs. Far from being too poppy, but also far from being too complex, her songs are walking a thin line that makes her music even more exciting. Today, we’re exclusively premiering her latest single of her upcoming debut EP.

Tallsaint has been working on her debut for a while and wants to make sure everything is on point. Her industrial pop has some touches of techno and has a dance flair equal to Lykke Li and Roisin Murphy. “Skin Deep” is no exception to that.

Skin Deep

Osborn’s honey sweet voice compliments the synth-electro sounds in “Skin Deep” so flawless that it’s near to perfection. Influenced by the trance scene, the song is telling the story of two clubgoers that don’t like each other but have to dance together for whatever reason. Opposites are always attracting each other and will form a perfect match after all. Something that goes for this amazing song as well.

Tallsaint’s debut EP Hard Love will be released early July.

Photos by Portia Hunt.

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