The artist continues to showcase her unique blend of the hard-hitting and impossibly catchy.
The talent of Newcastle’s Martha Hill has been a badly kept secret for a few years now, but the artist seems to be really coming into her own creatively on her recent slew of releases. The artist is known to pull no punches and do things her own way, and this has made for a catalogue of tracks from the artist that are laced in her own distinctive DNA, with her unique charisma and appeal dripping from each one of them.
The latest of which is ‘Free Flow’, an effortlessly cool ode to the rat race of city life, and the pressures and stresses that this can bring with it. Musically however, the track feels anything but stressful, with Martha’s laid-back, conversational tone making for a slick listening experience that culminates at a wonderfully melodic chorus. This is more excellence from an artist that we expect nothing less from. Socially relevant, effortlessly catchy and bustling with modern appeal.
“Free Flow was written after another stint of working 12 hour days in London.” Martha says of the track. “It’s about getting manic about work and finding it hard to switch off at the end of the day. I guess it’s the classic rat race conversation- we’ve been banging on about how bad it is for years, but a lot of us are still in that; distracting ourselves from our problems by piling the work up. I love a fast pace of life, but sometimes it can get a bit much.”