Following his critically-acclaimed release, Isaac Waddington is coming through as one of the UK’s most exciting and inventive young R&B artists. We love his new track Doing Wrong, from his forthcoming debut EP ‘Borselli’ – a five-track body of work he named after a village in Tuscany, that he goes back to every year “because it’s back to basics with one shop, a football pitch, and a café.” Expect Borselli to be a thought-out and blissful project, peppered with considered, up-tempo influences that spike his obvious love for his neo-soul muses.
“My style and sound is a collective of all the music I love and listen to. It is shaped by classical, soul, hip-hop and world music and the culture that each aspect brings. I think that absolutely everything I take in influences me in different ways. Doing Wrong is my second single because I feel it is important to show the range of styles I can create. My debut EP Borselli drops on 22nd June and I have new music piling up on my laptop waiting to go out into the world, so expect more.”