Ego Ella May spent two years planning her next move, two years writing, recording, and - most importantly of all - performing.
Honing her voice, fine-tuning her approach, the neo-soul songwriter gathered like minds, plugging herself in to London's jazz underground.
Classy new single 'Table For One' ends this period of silence in fine style, a superb track blessed with a remarkable vocal.
Operating with a painterly touch, it's a deft song about independence, about female empowerment, recalling jazz greats while staring intently at the future.
Joe Armon-Jones is on keys, while South London's Wu-Lu picks up the bass; that's not all, though, with Oscar Jerome on guitar, and Sons Of Kemet's own Eddie Hicks on drums.
A sparkling, spectacular offering, you can check out 'Table For One' below.
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