Moya’s upcoming single ‘Lost & Found’ out June 18

21 year-old singer-songwriter, Moya, will be releasing her new single Lost & Found on June 18th, co-written Never Mind The Buzzcocks‘ David Blair-Oliphant (primary theme tune composer) . This single is taken off her anticipated debut album, out July 2nd on Four To One Records.

Moya reveals that “this song teeters between being beautiful and slightly warped. It has quite a sinister feel to it but if you listen to the lyrics, it’s actually quite up-lifting.” With Asylum Films behind the camera, who also produced videos for Lethal Bizzle, Ida Maria and Hadouken, ‘Lost & Found’ is perfectly backgrounded by a  beautifully forlorn video, filmed on a bleak industrial estate in Essex.

This video juxtaposes the sunny promo for last year’s ‘Telling Tales,’ which wowed Youtube and The Box regulars with its astonishingly accomplished underwater scenes and also hijacked regional radio stations across the country. Moya is definitely a colourful musician as she strives to make each record unique and distinct. “I didn’t want to be labelled as a typical pop artist,” explains Moya on the single choice. “Obviously pop is kind of what we’re doing but there is definitely originality in this track that sets us apart.” This attitude is mirrored in her live performances as she dances between a combination of acoustic and full band shows. Her debut album, also titled ‘Lost & Found,’ is an eclectic collection of accomplished soul-pop which is out July 2nd.

Live  Dates This Summer:

May 22nd – The Bedford

June 3rd – Meadowlands Festival

June 6th – The Camden Head

June 15th – Beach Break Live

Take a look at Moya’s awe-inspiring cover of the Primal Scream classic, ‘I’m Losing More Than I’ll Ever Have’ and more at


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