UK artist Isaac Stuart gives us a melodic taste of peaceful uncoupling in new single “place for you in my heart.” It’s a heartfelt, minimalistic piece where Isaac’s crispy vocals take the driver’s seat in addressing all the lingering emotions – both painful and relieving – of letting a relationship go. While there is clearly an undeniable sense of longing, resentment, and affection, “place for you in my heart” is one of the smoothest and calming breakup anthems out there:
On his new single, Isaac shared: “’place for you in my heart’ was written as a note for myself, to cushion the fall of an inevitably breaking relationship. Although there’s an innate sadness to wandering lamp-lit, empty streets at 2am, there’s also something quite romantic about it too and I wanted to capture that romance like a little polaroid picture, of what once was. It was always going to be a little bit sad too, but that’s just the way it goes.”
Originally from Banbury, Isaac is a 21-year-old artist who draws influences from artists such as David Bowie, Carole King, and Joni Mitchell. Stay tuned for more beats from him this year.
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