Neave Zaria – ‘Never The Same’ Single Release

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Neave Zaria – ‘Never The Same’

Guildford based artist Neave Zaria has released her superb single ‘Never The Same’ on 3rd July 2020. This singer-songwriter is making waves in 2020 and after hearing ‘Never The Same’; we understand why!

Firstly, a luscious vibe greets the listener. We love the driving keys and melodic bass which pave the way for Zaria’s emotional vocals to shine. Her vocals remind us of Adele on her breakthrough ’19’ record. Zaria has an inviting tone which compels the listener. Secondly, we adore the catchy chorus, which is filled with texture and colour. As a result, Zaria will have you reaching for the repeat button. 

Neave Zaria
Neave Zaria

Neave Zaria Background

At just 14 years of age, Zaria was approached to compete in the final Bootcamp stage of X-Factor. Now she is 19 and an up and coming talent who is destined for big things. 

Zaria was raised on classic Jazz & Soul singers such as Nina Simone, Aretha Franklin, Etta James & Amy Winehouse, with more contemporary influences coming courtesy of Jorja Smith. We can hear these influences coming through on ‘Never The Same’ but make no mistake, Zaria is making music all of her own.

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Zaria’s first two singles received numerous positive reviews and collectively have been play-listed in 50+ countries. In addition, Neave Zaria plans to release her debut album towards the end of 2020, with three singles set for release throughout the year. An exciting year planned for this thrilling artist. 

So make sure you check out this exciting artist this weekend. To sum up, Zaria is at the start of a long and successful career, and we can not wait to see what she will do next. Until then, check out ‘Never The Same’ from the link below. You will not be disappointed!

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