If soulful, meaningful music is your thing, then South London R&B duo NULA have just what you're looking for as they premiere the video for their new single "Front". Made up of best friends Nadiah Adu-Gyamfi and Luke Osborne, years after initially meeting at university, the pair started writing and recording music last year leading them up to this point. With smooth, emotive vocals and understated, yet piercing production, this is a glowing entry in what is fast becoming a growing catalogue of potential hits.
Speaking about the track, Nadiah told Complex over email:
"We wrote 'Kryptonite' after a brief disillusionment, which led to us needing space to de-clutter. We instantly packed and escaped to Brighton with our laptops and synths, writing/producing the song in a hotel room in what felt like a full day. It initially started as a love poem written on a long bus journey into the city after a romantic encounter on a night out in Peckham, then the rest came to us really naturally. I guess it was inspired by letting go of our frustrations and opening up to a new sense of creative freedom. 'Kryptonite' goes back to a space and time of blissful ignorance to the ways of the world, celebrating the all-consuming pull of young love in all of it's vulnerability."
Directed by Homer & Farley, watch the visuals above.