ULTRA MIA Shares Dual-Single ‘Thin Line / Once A Week’

The Parisian singer-songwriter explores the breadth of alt-rnb, garage, leftfield electronics and more...

ULTRA MIA has shared two new singles, ‘Thin Line’ and ‘Once A Week’.

Exploring the contrasts and facets of her craft, the Parisian singer-songwriter makes way for experimentation. Embracing two-step drums with hints of garage and groove, ‘Thin Line’ carries an upbeat sentiment, seeing the artist tackle a movement-focused production. On the other hand, ‘Once A Week’ offers a more moody, down-tempo sound palette, leaning into more reflective and emotional songwriting.

Drawing influence from the likes of Loraine James and James K, ULTRA MIA sprinkles her tracks with subtle electronics and melodies. Merging elements of leftfield ambient with 90s nostalgia, the artist envisions her work through an alt-R&B lens, finding fans amongst those who follow Tirzah, Kelela, George Riley and more. 

Her first release since last year’s debut string of singles, ULTRA MIA continues to establish herself within new spaces, hinting towards a debut EP in the works.

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