Rosie Carney's music may be gentle, but it seems to roar. If you can forgive this writer's cheesy imagery, you'll no doubt find it's true. Without a proper album, she's already racked up more than 18 million streams on Spotify. Not numbers to sneeze at, eh?

'Zoey' is the latest example of the quiet power of her songcraft, folk with echoes of Vashti Bunyan, somewhere between Heartleap and early Cat Power.

Speaking on her latest track offering, Carney explained, "Every time we pulled the project up I would just call it the ‘Zoey Deschanel’ song. It was a joke at first, only because the song painted scenes of a rainy-day romance in my head. I kept seeing the final scenes of 500 Days of Summer in a loop, and I just remember feeling so melancholy, which is a feeling I quite enjoy. I wanted to make it feel like a warm blanket for people to hide under whilst listening."

Look out for her debut album, Bare, come early next year, January 25th, and give 'Zoey' a listen below.