Isac Elliot to release five new singles during the final months of 2017
AYO is the first taste of the FAITH series consisting of five singles.
From September to December, the singles will be released always on the first Friday of the month. In December, Christmas will come early for Isac’s fans when they’ll be treated to two new singles!
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Release dates: 1st September, 6th October, 3rd November, 1st December and 26th December
These dates have been circled with a big red pen on thousands of calendars since Isac published them on his Instagram video a few weeks ago. Isac says he’s relieved he can finally tell his fans what he’s been up to behind the scenes for quite a few months now.
“During the summer, I noticed that I’ve got lots of really strong tracks ready,” Isac explains. “I got the feeling that I didn’t want to hold on to them – this time I want people to hear them as soon as possible. That’s where we got the idea of releasing one single a month. Usually it might take up to a year between singles being finished and released, at worst, and in that time you’ve moved on to completely new things. This is amazing because I can offer these songs to people when they’re fresh for me, too. I believe my fans are as excited about this as I am,” says Isac.
The series of five singles was named FAITH. It’s a word that describes Isac’s relationship with his music and career, and also his fans’ relationship with him.
“The faith my fans have in me and my music has always been the most important thing to me. Nothing else matters, really. Without them, I couldn’t have done any of this and I wouldn’t have experienced all of these awesome times and things. They believe in me and I believe in them. That’s where the name FAITH comes from,” says Isac.
With the AYO single, Isac was reunited with Joonas Angeria who produced his hit single New Way Home and the entireWake Up World debut album.
“It’s really cool to be making music with Joonas again after so many years. This time we wanted a more urban feeling in the verses and a big, clear hook for the chorus, and I think we did a great job! The song is about a “bad girl”. I’d like to believe that everyone’s got a big and good heart, but that’s not always how it is.”