News: Emerging Pop Singer-Songwriter Loren Heat Shares Anthemic New Single ‘Breathe (SOS)’

Rising North East solo artist Loren Heat shares the infectious new single ‘Breathe (SOS)’ via Quiet Crown. Displaying a remarkably complete sound despite being only her second release, Loren Heat has already made a big impression with a whole host of tastemaker press coverage and support from BBC Introducing.

Built around a rich soundscape of punching electronic drums, rhythmic bass and warming synths, the track leaves room for Heat’s silky, emotive lead vocals to shine. thematically delving into the complexities of mental health, portraying the frustration of being unable to articulate one’s feelings and the desperate cry for help that often goes unheard. Loren’s raw and introspective lyrics offer a poignant insight into the inner turmoil faced by many, particularly within the LGBTQIA+ community.

“Breathe (SOS) is about the feeling of not having control,” explains Loren, “it’s that overwhelming sensation of being burnt out, struggling to process information, and feeling disconnected from yourself and your surroundings. It’s like desperately trying to keep your head above water, fighting against the tide of emotions that threaten to overwhelm you.”

Drawing inspiration from musical icons such as Dua Lipa, Years and Years, Rita Ora, Slayyyter, and Mabel, Loren Heat infuses their dark pop-leaning sound with influences from the vibrant North East LGBTQIA+ community. From humble beginnings playing at open mic nights to receiving support from Youth Music’s Incubator Fund and mentoring from Tees Music Alliance, Loren Heat is quickly emerging as a force to be reckoned with in the thriving North East music scene.

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