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Immi Dash releases the choppy orchestration of ‘Don’t Cry Yet’

Performing across Europe, appearing at Rotterdam’s New Skool Rules Festival, supporting Slum Village and appearing at Mahalia Presents: Bristol, Stroud-born, Liverpool-based Immi Dash has recently entered the R&B scene as a rising star. Supported by press and radio, Immi is cementing her position in 2024, with consistently impressive singles that show her versatility.

For her latest single of the year, Immi has now unveiled ‘Don’t Cry Yet’, diving deeper into the natural orchestral R&B we witnessed on her debut EP Falling Apart At The Seams, whilst introducing some of the choppy, electronic intricacies of previous single ‘Free Falling’. The strings go from intense flowing arrangements into choppy accompaniment, the track pushed forward by constantly evolving drum lines, the perfect compliment to Immi’s softly powerful vocal performances. Emotive, thoughtful, but endlessly listenable, it seems only a matter of time before Immi is the next star of UK R&B.

Immi shares the story behind the single, “Don’t Cry Yet’ is about recognising that you can lose yourself within a relationship, I wrote it with Alba Arias who also produced the track. We just had an honest conversation about what was going on in my life and came out with this. The whole process was really rewarding & reflective. I hope I can offer a perspective that people can connect with.”