Taking her first steps into music at the age of seven, singer/songwriter Kacey Chambers has music running through her veins. As a member of her church choir by the age of nine, Chambers was able to perform regularly in church while also gaining further inspiration from the likes of Lauryn Hill, Bob Marley, Brandy and Whitney Houston. Taking her passion onto college, she was offered a place at the prestigious Berklee College of Music, however personal matters meant she had to defer entry.

Despite this setback, Chambers continued to work on her craft on her own, eventually creating Diary Of A Young Lady - her debut EP, inspired by the "hurt and disappointment" of these events. With a positive reception, she's been working towards her second EP with close friends and frequent collaborator OL Music (currently scheduled to be released later this year). We at The 405 are excited to premiere the first single from the EP, 'Let It Go', which is an inspiring and uplifting R&B-inspired pop number full of optimism and hope. Speaking to us via email, Chambers said "'Let It Go' is a song of empowerment which tells the story of finding the answer and letting go of unnecessary baggage hurt and pain."

You can stream 'Let It Go' in full below via the SoundCloud player. It will be available to download via iTunes in the coming weeks, with an EP to follow later this year.