Linzi Clark releases her single ‘The Kitchen’.

Available as a download, it’s the first solo release from the Paisley-based musician, although she has a body of work as half of Paisley duo Drift alongside producer Andrew Quinn – most recently the single ‘Lifeline‘ from last August.

The new track is the first of four singles to be released over the next few months, in advance of a planned debut album, and was written in January 2021 before being recorded in her home studio.

Starting off as an acoustic folk number, the track has been worked on with fellow Paisley musician and producer Bovine

Speaking about how the collaboration came about, Clark says: “I uploaded a 30 second clip of the first verse and chorus to my Instagram story with ideas to revisit it at some point in the future.

“Bovine reached out to ask if there was a recording available and we quickly bonded over a shared creative vision for the song and started to work on the track together remotely over lockdown.

“It worked so naturally that we continued to develop this sound with my other songs.”

Of the track’s inspiration, she continues: “’The Kitchen’ is about trying to find a sense of contentedness within yourself and your connections with others. It’s about asking ‘is this enough?’, and longing to feel satisfied.”

Clark has previously run the ‘SHE SINGS’ songwriting workshops for young women in Renfrewshire, as well as completing a Songwriting Masters at UWS, and performed headline slots at King Tut’s and The Bungalow as well as at Paisley Abbey.

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