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Esser – Work It Out – Out 23rd Feb

Hometown: LDN, UK

Esser , 24, from Chelmsford UK, residing in London, is (unashamedly) representing pop. He’s part of a new wave of pop-tarts springing up that include the likes of V.V. Brown and The Cocknbullkid, freakishly talented musicians and writers that are inspiring, if not pide-pipering a worldwide resurgence in the credibility of pop.

Esser takes his sound back to the drawing board, re-establishing the basics of popular song, heart-felt testimonies, addictive lyrical hooks and the human-factor -not the X-Factor. His new single ‘Work it Out’, to be released on the 23rd of February (UK), surely is the antidote to a credit culture, depressed and loveless, a sign of hope that things can be fixed, be it love or life. The lyrics are magnificently three dimensional, strides apart from the predictably black and white, and almost robotic love songs currently hovering in the charts.

Esser has played with Metronomy, *the amazing* Golden Silvers, Mystery Jet’s and are about to tour with none other than the Kaiser Chiefs and Black Kids. Clearly Esser has earned massive thumbs up from the music industry at large. His singles can be found adorned with some of the most anthemic remixes around, including Sinden’s own dabble which brings a duttier dancehall edge to the song.

Work It Out out February 23rd on Transgressive Records

Buster Bennet– London Correspondent

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