As we all know, in the UK there’s a deep reverence for American blues and R&B that goes back to the very foundations of much of the music and artists we love and admire today – and it continues with a string of extremely talented (and soulful) female singer/songwriters including the late Amy Winehouse, Adele, Alice Russell, Joss Stone and others. Scottish singer/songwriter Eildh McKellar is joining the ranks – although unlike the others her sound is bluesier and owes a great debt to the likes of the great Bonnie Raitt (not a bad comparison really). 

Check out the slow burning, seductive “Summer Daze” as it i has the young McKellar sounding more adult than her years.