Lizzie Berchie Shares Sunlit Ode ‘We Found Love’

Sophomore EP 'Am I An Adult Yet?' lands September 20th...

British-Ghanaian artist Lizzie Berchie today shares new single ‘We Found Love’.

Evoking the sanguine baroque and vocal jazz flourishes of Minnie Riperton, Berchie sings of a lasting, resilient love over soft keys and bossa percussion, as climactic strings drift in and out the ether.

Speaking on Minnie’s influence on the track, Berchie said: “I had the lyrics and the melody before anything else, but I could hear in my head exactly what I wanted. I wanted to wrap the melody with a warm summery sonic. I was listening to a lot of Minnie Riperton and she was very much an inspiration for this track.

‘We Found Love’ follows Berchie’s previous singles ‘Don’t Get Ahead Of Yourself’ and ‘Flaws & All’, all of which feature on new EP ‘Am I An Adult Yet?’ out September 20th. Comprised of six tracks, the EP centres tales of young Black British womanhood.

Speaking on her progression as an artist on this EP, Berchie says: “This is a new age Lizzie Berchie. ‘Under The Sun’ held elements of the pain and hurt that I was growing through. I was also still studying how to develop my sound. The sonics are now sharper and richer. This EP is an ode to love, understanding and clarity of my own flaws.

Photo Credit: Karis Beaumont

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