Whenever people ask me for my musical recommendations or who I'm tipping to be "the next big thing", one name that tends to come up is Sinéad Harnett. The North London-raised singer-songwriter already boasts an impressive CV, working with the likes of Wiley, Rudimental, Ryan Hemsworth, Disclosure and plenty more equally talented individuals. It's been roughly a year since Harnett's highly praised EP She Ain't Me, where she not only underwent a slight musical shift into a more edgy, feisty, '90s reminiscent sound, but also a shockingly different aesthetic.

Armed with new material, Harnett releases her third EP in August to reclaim her title as one of the UK's most exciting talents on the block. The self-titled project includes production and contributions from JD. Reid, Kaytranada, and long time collaborators Snakehips and GRADES, who produced the EP's lead track, 'If You Let Me'. The emotive record tells a story of heartbreak via lost and lonely love. The accompanying Elliot Simpson-directed video complements the record, washed in whites and minimal colours; it acts as a near-perfect representation of a broken relationship. "If my life was the sea, I was only about halfway to the bottom," Harnett said via a press release. "Now, I feel like this EP is me continuing to swim deeper into who I am, why I do this, the story I have to tell."

'If You Let Me' is available now via all good digital vendors while Harnett's self-titled EP will be available from August 4 via Rinse.