Almahata reveals chilling new single, "What If Now, We All Change?"

Kent's Almahata has just this Friday released their chilling new single, "What If Now, We All Change?". 

The single comes hot off the heels of their debut single "Heart of Me", which found its way into a handful of Spotify playlists and had a lot of plays on the radio by BBC Introducing, which isn't bad for their very first ever release. Ultimately it ended up getting Almahata a slot supporting Brighton's Bess Atwell, which now is only fueling their rise.

The project is actually a singer-songwriter project of Phoebe Warden and sits somewhere in the middle of chilling alt-folk and nostalgic alt-pop, however, there is one thing that we can tell is that it's a single that can hold your attention. We go from steel drums to clean percussion at the beginning to commanding acoustic guitar tones and all the while Phoebe's vocals are caressing the instrumentation like a soft blanket.

If you love your expansive alternative music then "What If Now, We All Change?" is right up your street. Be sure to give them a follow on Spotify to keep up to date with future releases!