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Arabella bursts onto the alt-pop scene with infectious new single ‘August’

Arabella is a captivating Canadian-Armenian singer, guitarist, and songwriter based in London. At just 18, possessing a one-of-a-kind vocal tone, some serious guitar chops, unique lyric-crafting style and powerful stage presence, Arabella never fails to deliver infectious energy and passion to her listeners. The upcoming artist’s musical style can best be described as alternative-pop and is comparable to the likes of Olivia Rodrigo, Paramore, Beabadoobee and Avril Lavigne. With her infectious charisma, years of dedication to formal training and undeniably catchy alt-pop songs, Arabella is poised to make an indelible mark on the global music scene.

This upbeat alt-pop song showcases the singer-songwriter’s instrumental, compositional and vocal skills while tapping into a narrative everyone can relate to all too well. At just under 3 minutes, ‘August’ takes listeners back to feelings reminiscent of sketching a school-crush’s name all over a notebook, perfectly blending hopeless romanticism, obsession and desperation.

Recorded at Abbey Road Studios and produced by Tayte Nickols (Lissy Taylor, Dana Luna), the song results in a pop/rock blend of catchy melodies, dynamic instrumentation and Arabella’s distinct voice. Mixed by Sugarhouse (Venus Grrrls, Pale Waves), mastered by Robin Schmidt (Beabadoobee, The 1975) and engineered by Ed Farrell (Sam Smith, Kim Petras), ‘August’ will undoubtedly leave you wanting more.

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