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TRACK OF THE DAY: LEITH - GOOD TIME


LEITH

Canadian singer-songwriter Leith continues to captivate audiences with her latest single, 'Good Time.' Heralded as one of Radio 1's Future Artists and featured on Spotify's RADAR Canada, Leith's energetic pop track showcases her refreshingly candid and humorous storytelling about a memorable night out. With a carefree spirit and a reminder to let loose and enjoy the moment, 'Good Time' is a celebration of liberation and living life to the fullest.


Bursting onto the scene last summer with her debut EP, 'Birthdays in July,' featuring standout track, 'Love Vibes,' blending crystalline synths and surging guitars that beautifully capture the emotions of fresh love and the excitement of embarking on new experiences. Leith's journey has taken her from her native Canada to Boston's Berklee College of Music and Los Angeles before finding a creative home in London. Collaborating with talented artists like Jonah Summerfield, Dylan Fraser, Matilda Mann, and Tommy Lefroy, Leith has firmly established herself as a key voice in a new generation of artistic talent.


While 'Birthdays in July' explores themes of home and tradition from a distance, 'Good Time' takes a departure and exudes a sense of release and carefree abandon. Retaining Leith's hallmark of unique and beguiling artistry as she combines classic songwriting and storytelling with infectious melodies and glittering pop production.


Coming in a high-energy anthem that fizzes with excitement and freedom, 'Good Time' is the perfect soundtrack to late summer nights filled with joyous moments and reflective mornings. Leith's innate charm and humour shine through, making the song an irresistible and relatable experience for listeners.


With her innate ability to captivate audiences and an impressive musical range, Leith continues to solidify her place in the music industry as a fresh and distinctive voice.


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