Izzie Derry “I Don’t Know Why”

"I wrote the song when I was struggling to move past a particularly bad relationship that had ended the year before. I felt like I should have moved past it, but it had knocked my confidence so much that I found it hard to enter new relationships and trust people. I guess the song for me was basically telling the guy off for not treating me as well as I think I should have been." Izzie Derry

Pokkisham “Cages”

"I am also a Mum now and I never want my kids to feel limited in the way I did. I also meet so many people who have faithfully followed career paths but have given up on their passions. It's so clear that money these days isn't everything - everyone seems to need more to feel fulfilled - we have to enrich ourselves from the inside and find a way to give voice to things we love." Pokkisham

Tuulikki Bartosik “Playscapes”

"I always find something new in Playscapes for myself and often start thinking, wait, how did we do it and why does it sound like that. This is literally my playscape in music with all the different instruments and my voice used together and through with electronics. A Nordic innovative electroacoustic breeze." Tuulikki Bartosik

Anam Danu “Perfect”

"The song, 'Perfect', has its origins in an upbringing in which the virtues of perfectionism were extolled and the trait much encouraged in young people. It is only later in life that we come to realise that it is often the imperfections - the flaws - that truly make something 'perfect'. Perfectionism can be dangerous - particularly so when the misguided believe that they can perfect others." Anam Danu

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