South London-born, NYC-based Priscilla Bajomo aka SOLA has shared with us her brand new song. It's called 'Blue Blood' and it's a rich and measured morsel of music, droning rumbles of synth tunnelling beneath cymbal storms and clusters of sultry saxophone, ebbing and flowing like fragments of a memory.

Classically trained on the piano from the age of six, and afterwards teaching herself guitar and saxophone, Priscilla Bajomo went on to the BRIT school. "Almost every single girl but me was a singer," she says of the experience, and learned to DJ and produce as a reaction and, aged 18, began writing her own songs.

"I'm obsessed with Romanticism," she says, "so I try favoring space over showy production." And it shows: crackling vinyl sounds and faraway piano chords are given room to breathe, and Bajomo's vocal itself, crooning, curling through the clouds of her track, does not overpower but instead seeps into the experience as another sound in deftly woven tapestry of sounds.

'Blue Blood' is out today; listen to it below.