Singer songwriter Nuala has released her stirring new single Split Down The Middle.
Taken from the forthcoming EP Me&Me, Split Down The Middle is a perfect illustration of Nuala’s soulful brand of pop music. Combining grooving baselines and simple, yet effective, guitar notes, Split Down The Middle begins to soar as Nuala’s velvety, powerful vocal takes centre stage. Split Down The Middle is just under three minutes of pure joy; uplifting as it is catchy.
Nuala’s compelling sound has seen her gain support from the likes of Steve Lamacq, BBC Radio London, BBC Radio Leicester, the Evening Standard as well as her performing lead vocal for a remix of Nile Rodgers’ Le Freak, beating 3000 other entrants in the process. Renowned for her live performances, Nuala has supported the likes of Newton Faulkner, Razorlight and The Hoosiers and was scheduled to tour with Martha Gunn prior to the lockdown.
Split Down The Middle is just the beginning of what will be an exciting year for Nuala having already crafted a bunch of songs for herself, she is also focused on writing for other artists enlisting help from the likes of Romeo (The Magic Numbers), Will Rees (The Mystery Jets), Max Clilverd (Tom Odell), Tom Fuller (Florence & the Machine / Adele) Paul Harris (Dirty Vegas) and Luke Patterson (Clean Bandit).
Split Down The Middle is out now.