Alba Plano shares latest single ‘Out There’

Alba Plano shares latest single ‘Out There’
London-based jazz and neo-soul artist Alba Plano has unveiled her brand new single Out There, set to be released on April 20th via Sunrise.

This is a soulful, elegant and intimate excursion displaying smooth, sophisticated voice work, a driving double bass riff, joyful and tasteful vibraphone, dreamy piano colours and stylish guitar lines, all shimmering over swinging grooves inspired by her soul, jazz and classical influences. It has a consistently dynamic and spirited groove, and demands to be listened to over and over again. Stream it below!



Speaking of Out There Alba says:
it's about fears, about the limitations we hold within ourselves because it make us feel safe, because at least "we know who we are". But that's not helping when you want to grow and expand your soul, it takes a big amount of love, respect and trust for oneself to be able to see from a different perspective.

I was listening to Laura Mvula and Gregory Porter, their music definitely inspired the melody and the rhythm of this song.
Out There is taken from her upcoming EP White Lotus.

For the last two years, Plano has fronted Forever Amy, a project featuring Amy Winehouse’s original band, touring and performing in large venues throughout Europe and the UK. She has performed backing vocals for Ninja Tune’s Jordan Rakei  and has collaborated with a host of accomplished musicians such as Dale Davis (bass player and musical director for Amy Winehouse, Tina Turner and Freak Power), Jim Hunt (sax for Richard Ashcroft, Brand New Heavies, Noel Gallagher, Jamiroquai) Troy Miller (drummer and producer for Laura Mvula, Becca Stevens, Jamie Cullum) and with a previous project opened for Elio e le Storie Tese at Shepherds Bush Empire.

The Sicilian-born songstress has been singing since her teens, and began her jazz vocal studies in her early twenties with acclaimed vocalists such as Norma Winstone, Kurt Elling, Barry Harris, Bob Stoloff, Joe Blake and Maria Pia De Vito, encouraging her to experiment with using her voice as an instrument, and leading to a fascination with contemporary jazz.
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