NEW MUSIC: GRETA ISAAC | NUH UH
Greta Isaac is gearing up for the release of her next EP, "I Think You'd Hate It Here," scheduled to drop on April 1st. Today the 26-year-old Welsh artist shares a taste of what's to come with "NUH UH." A follow-up to her previously released singles, "5'1" and "Polyfilla," her latest plows through with a massive hooky chorus: "You ain't ever seen a flower like this before," Isaac declares, as grizzly electro-pop production crash lands around her. "'NUH UH' is manic, delusional, desperate and supercharged to the point where I don't really feel like it’s me who’s singing it when I listen to it," Isaac says. "Sonically, it feels like the moment you have a 'spark' with someone — a spike in energy; your eyes blacken, your skin gets hot and sweaty." The accompanying "NUH UH" music video leans into the song's mania with a surreal take on the classic at-home fashion spread — only Isaac's unfolds without any of the glossy designer labels and decadence you'd typically see in a magazine. Her roast beef dinner is an old boot, her plants are made from wires, and the heel of her shoe is a glass penis. Everything's a bit off, but it's glamorous nonetheless — just in Isaac's twisted way. Having grown as an artist over the last year, Greta has seen championing support from Radio1, earning her the title of "Future Artist" while also appearing at last year’s Big Weekend Festival.