There's a chance that you'll be familiar with Jess Mills. Originally breaking out back in 2011 with the likes of Ria Ritchie, Sinead Harnett and Jessie Ware, Mills was initially signed to Island Records and worked with likes of Sam Frank, Breakage, Distance and even supported Emeli Sande on her UK tour. After a number of years in development and an abundance of unreleased material, Mills and Island Records parted ways which encouraged her to continue working even harder.

Now, returning under the new moniker of SLO, Mills released her second EP Atone, continuing to showcase her stunning writing efforts; this time backed by a slightly darker undertone.

Atone effortlessly brings together various R&B, electronic, and pop sensibilities into a four-track collection that's worthy of a dedicated spin or two. "The Atone EP was written between London and LA last year," Mills said of the EP in a press release. "More than ever music has become and sanctuary for me- a place to block out the noise and be present. This EP reaches back to the archives of unhappier times, but it also makes peace with a lot of the past too. Letting go doesn't come easily to me - so this in itself feels like progress."

Atone is available to download now on iTunes and is streaming on all good digital platforms.