Half-Scottish, half-Sudanese artist Eliza Shaddad's new single 'Run' is a folk-tinged anti-love song, which uses monstrous percussion to warn her partner that she's a heart-breaker. The single is in anticipation for Eliza's Run EP, which drops on March 18 via Beatnik. There will be a UK tour to follow.

"This song is a resounding warning, given too late. It's been more demanding than any other to write and record, but for that, I think, it might also be more rewarding. It's a slower burn; full of sub-sections and dynamic shifts and thickening emotion; and it's a beast of a track to play live," she said.