Born in Britain and raised in France, London-based artist Hero Fisher is indeed heroic in more ways than one; having previously collaborated with Alison Mosshart and Boy George, opened for The Rolling Stones and Neil Young at Hyde Park, been shortlisted for the 2014 Glastonbury Emerging Talent Prize, and received acclaim from the likes of Blur’s Dave Rowntree, it seems there is no limit to what she is capable of achieving. Following her debut album back in 2015, she is now set to release her sophomore album Glue Moon.
Taken from the album is new single ‘I Let Love’. An impassioned slice or raw alt-rock, it’s filled with Fisher’s soulful vocals alongside twinkling melodies and an alluring gritty edge. Oozing a subtle power and a sweeping emotive splendour in the vein of the likes of Alison Mosshart or Beth Orton, it showcases all that there is to love about this promising artist, and is proof of why Fisher should be everyone’s new musical hero.
Watch the quirky new video for ‘I Let Love’ here, for the the first time: