Hey, tell us a bit about yourself.

Hey my name is Inness Hallam, I am 19 years old and based in Leeds, England! I started music at a young age when I started having drum kit lessons from the age of 6. I began producing around 5 years ago after becoming interested in recording the instruments that I had been learning over the years to make my own songs! I then moved more into electronic music after I fell in love with the limitless and possibilities of the genre.

Where did the new single come from?

I began writing the new single after my label, Vulpine Records, put me in contact with Skinner! I sent her over some chord ideas and she sent back the demo vocals for Topsy-Turvy. Then I spent the next few months trying to pad out the skeleton of the song as I wanted this to be a track people would want to dance to!

Is there more content in the pipeline?

I’m currently working on my new EP, The Winter Trepidation, which I’m really excited about! With the EP, I’ve really tried to create the sounds and ideas that I want to hear and tried to make something new! I’m hoping for the EP to come out this summer. I’m also performing the single with Skinner live on radio over at BBC Introducing later this month.

What’s on the horizon for you?

Hopefully, following the release of the EP I would like to focus on some live performances around Leeds and my hometown of Chester. At the moment I’m trying to work out how to keep things interesting and trying to find a nice balance between the electronic and the live possible aspects of what I could be doing for each set!



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