Freddie Mercury Scholarship winner Vez Maxwell releases debut single ‘Every Time’ October 17th
The single can be streamed here:
In 2016 Vez Maxwell was chosen by Queen’s Roger Taylor and Brian May to be awarded The Academy of Contemporary Music’s inaugural Freddie Mercury Scholarship. Receiving her entire degree fully-funded as a result, she has since been hard at work studying Commercial Songwriting at ACM London, alongside launching her career as a singer-songwriter. With her debut single ‘Every Time’ landing October 17th, listeners can expect an up-tempo pop-rock vibe tackling the struggles of trust and doubt in the beginnings of a relationship.
Accompanying ‘Every Time’ on the release will be an additional track titled ‘Hide My Name’ which is slower and has a more relaxed feel. Written about a relationship where one party is already seeing someone else, Vez writes not from personal experience but explores the point of view of the ‘mistress’ through this beautiful song.
‘Every Time’ will be available on all major platforms including iTunes and Spotify October 17th and will be marked with a live show at Vez’s launch party October 19th at The Bedford.
With plenty more releases planned for the near future, Vez has her sights set high for her career going forward.
If you want to follow in Vez’s footsteps and learn your craft from the best, book on to an ACM Open Day now: https://www.acm.ac.uk/open-days/