Having found huge success at a very young age after becoming the youngest artist ever signed to EMI Records, the London-via-Los Angeles singer Riva Taylor is no stranger to the ups and downs of today’s music industry.
Following on from a string of successful singles such as ‘Mr. Right’ and ‘My Mouth’, the latter of which was added to Elton John’s personal Spotify playlist, the frontwoman now looks to present herself in a new light as she returns with her latest offering ‘This Woman’s Heart’.
Echoing elements of her childhood voice, ‘This Woman’s Heart’ aims to tell a very personal story, one that reflects her current period of transition. Having grown both personally and professionally within the industry, her latest release looks to cement her place as a woman and no longer a girl. Paying tribute to those that have helped her along the way, ‘This Woman’s Heart’ is her own unique ode to the life that she has lived, and the one she hopes to continue with.
Talking to us about her latest offering, Riva said ” ‘This Woman’s Heart’ is a song about life, so we have involved four female artists in a life drawing class setup. For me art has always been a passion, an interest and forms many of my creative decisions and directions as a musician which I think is due to having come from a family of artists. Afternoons with my grandma, an artist and art teacher herself, who taught me how to sketch! It’s all there in the music and Director Sye Allen has done a fantastic job playing around with the visual“.