Say hello to 18-year-old North Londoner AMA LOU - a classically trained singer whose debut R&B-infused single shows an unexpected musical maturity. 'TBC' - which was produced by Exmoor Emperor and mastered by Stuart Hawkes (Metropolis) - is described by AMA LOU herself as being about "events and historical issues experienced by the minorities of the world."

"The verses portray a sense of group and togetherness, standing together and fighting against archaic societal rules opposed by modern feminism and the millennial generation," she explains. "The pre-chorus references the infamous last words "I can’t breathe," uttered by Eric Garner, the Staten Island, New Yorker choked to death by police in July 2014. The chorus, which is about the views of those trying to change their environments for the better in "should it be I’ve lost my way," is a kind of mockery of the media’s perpetuated projected propaganda that labels activism "crazy"; because they have lost their way and place in society, they need to make noise and be heard."

You can stream 'TBC' below.