OLI – Float

Acclaimed singer and songwriter OLI returns today with a sublime piece of feel-good pop through the release of her new single, ‘Float’.

Dream-like in its essence, the song incorporates themes as varied as positivity, satisfaction, and space – as the artist explains:

“My dad actually came up with the lead melody, he was playing around on guitar and sent me the idea. It made me think of all those feel-good Disney songs that leave you really happy and satisfied at the end. The idea of Floating up above everything and everyone fit so perfectly with it too. I think it’s something many people imagine. We are pretty small in the grand scheme of things so it’s easy to feel existential from time to time. I just wanted the song to paint that emotion in a more positive way. I personally take a lot of comfort in knowing how much there is out there.”

Garnering acclaim from noted tastemakers like Wonderland, Notion, Music Crowns and Out Now, OLI continues to win critics and music-lovers alike with her charming take on pop.


OLI – Think About It

London-based singer and songwriter OLI has that distinctive type of voice that immediately draws you in.

With a style of music-making that is tender and reflective, ‘Think About It’ is an easy mid-tempo pop number that provides a soothing balm to anyone who’s experienced increased anxiety or worry over this last year.

“There are days when you won’t have any control over your thoughts, you’ll think of anything and everything all at once. I wanted the song to show how that felt. When it’s late at night and all I can tell myself is ‘don’t over think’, whilst knowing I absolutely will anyway.”


OLI – What Happened To You?

Some exceptionally exciting dark-pop from the London-based singer songwriter. This is a gorgeously emotive and powerful sound that feels both captivating and relatable at the same time.

“I really wanted to do a song about a friend and not a partner. I just feel like betrayal can be so much deeper with a friend and really shatter you. Sadly, I think a lot of people have been through this and you really do find yourself asking what happened to you?? Maybe you won’t cry yourself to sleep every night but It’s a different kind of sadness.”