Dahlia releases her third single, ‘Clarity’.

With ‘Slip Slowly’ also included, it comes as a limited edition red cassette, which also includes a bonus demo version of sophomore single ‘Spiralling’.

The new tracks, produced by Jordan Russell Hall, follow a cover of ‘Every Time’ by Britney Spears and the accompanying music video created by Dahlia’s drummer Jamie Clapton.

Of the new track, Dahlia says: “I chose to release these two songs together because they are bookends to a time in my life when I was learning how to identify toxic behaviours in others and unlearn them in myself — shout out to the queens of boundaries themselves Florence Given and Michelle Elman for that one.

“Opening up dialogues about mental health is something that’s very important to me,” she continues, “and my music and these songs demonstrate that. Although these songs are more of a portrayal of the darker side of mental illness I like to think there’s an element of hopefulness hidden in the production. You might have to listen hard for it but the light is definitely there!”

Dahlia has also curated a music and photography exhibition which showed in London in 2018 and has performed at various venues around Edinburgh, Glasgow and London.

The Edinburgh-based musician is now putting the finishing touches to her first EP, due to be released later this year.

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