Rising Singer-Songwriter Abi Foster Continues Her Momentum With New Single, ‘No More Air’

Released December 8, ‘No More Air’ is the new single from emerging singer-songwriter, Abi Foster. ‘No More Air’ is available to stream and download here.

With a fierce DIY approach to her music, and a sound that has clearly been influenced by the likes of Maisie Peters, Noah Kahan, and Lizzy McAlpine, while retaining her own style, Abi, from West Wales, has been carving a name for herself for a while now, and has performed on stages across Wales, Shropshire, Cheshire, and the English Midlands.

‘No More Air’ sees Abi wind up 2023 the same way she started out – powerfully and inspiring. Produced by Andy Lowe, the track highlight’s Abi’s incredible lyricism, with her dulcet vocals laid over nostalgic synths that will hook you in from the get go. The track feels like it’s been written from life, and tells a very relatable break up story. Accompanied by a music video, which follows Abi as she thinks back on the relationship, and removes any evidence of it from her life and her home.

Abi Foster has been building up a loyal following on social media since 2020, who helped her crowdfund her 7 track EP, ‘History Talks’. She’s rewarded her fans and audience with four releases in 2023 alone, all of which have had airplay on BBC Introducing. Since then she’s been chosen to be part of F-list Music’s “Emerging Artist Network”, an honour which pays tribute to her rising prominence within the UK music scene.

Abi is a director at Beneath the Wood Sanctuary, which is a haven for 91 rescue pigs, and pigs have found their way into her artistic life, becoming the very endearing stars of her self-produced music videos, including the very moving, ‘Sorry Doesn’t Cut It Anymore’, and of course, ‘No More Air’.

Watch the music video for ‘No More Air’ below, and find out more about Abi Foster and her music online on InstagramFacebook, Spotify, and Apple Music.

No More Air (Official Video) | Abi Foster

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