Tabitha Nauser returns with evocative new single ‘Won’t Stop’ - listen

Tabitha Nauser returns with evocative new single ‘Won’t Stop’ - listen

Tabitha Nauser is back with a new single after just two months.

On 6 August, the singer released her new song titled ‘Won’t Stop’, where Nauser collaborated with producer Serban Cazan, and singer-songwriter Lisa Goe. In the making of ‘Won’t Stop’, Nauser and co. employed a less than conventional process of recording and producing, the musicians having to work around different time zones to facilitate its production.

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“We were working on 3 different timings - Romania, Los Angeles and Singapore - which saw me recording vocals in my home studio from 4 AM till 7 AM,” Nauser said in an Instagram post.

By chance, its lyrics also befit the recording process; 'Won't Stop' spins the tale of lovers disconnected and separated, as Nauser chimes in with the exasperation of being apart. "How do I connect when you're far away," its opening line preaches, as the downtempo R&B number abides to not giving up pursuit towards its finality.

In the same post, Nauser added that ‘Won’t Stop’ might be one of her favourite tracks she has worked on. “I know I’m not allowed to pick favourites (cause it’s like choosing between your children) but I think this track just might be and I can’t wait for you to hear it!,” said Nauser.

‘Won’t Stop’ serves as a follow-up to ‘When Will I Be Loved’, which was released on 18 June. Its music video was also released on 23 June, which featured fan-submitted clips that showcase 'moments of their love'. This is the third single from the artist in 2021, who has yet to release an album thus far. 

Stream ‘Won’t Stop’ here, and leave your review on Hear65:

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