Crooning her way into our hearts, Manchester-born singer Lusaint just dropped a sugar-coated new single. Her vocal style is akin to Adele or Duffy, with her trademark jazzy, bluesy flair. The new single “Sweet Tooth” plays like an Amy Winehouse deep cut, showcasing the timeless nature of this swinging sound.
The songstress likens giving in to romantic urges to someone battling a sugar addiction. She illustrates the thin line between love and hate, and the pain associated with craving. This is a universal message of love versus lust that new fans can sink their teeth into. Furthermore, this new single showcases her superstar voice. The singer has attributed her talent to idolising the likes of Billie Holiday: inspirations you can clearly hear in her music.
Lusaint is harmonising modern-day love songs with a classical vibe. ‘Sweet Tooth‘ follows an array of singles released by the artist last year, all with the same black and white artwork style. This mergence of the classic and contemporary has gotten the nod from industry tastemakers. She has been endorsed heavily by BBC Radio 1 and is topping the pop playlists across streaming platforms.
Building hype for her upcoming EP, this artist is a woman to watch in 2024. Give ‘Sweet Tooth‘ a listen, it’s sure to have you craving more.