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Emerging singer/songwriter Isaac Waddington delivers his latest single ‘Hit The Ceiling’

Acclaimed singer, songwriter & producer Isaac Waddington has unveiled the latest addition to his musical project with ‘Hit The Ceiling’, the fourth single out of five which embraces his love for funk and soul.


The feel-good anthem reflects Isaac’s infectious energy which he effortlessly depicts throughout his lyrics. Topping the catchy rhythm with his vocals, the groovy melody thrives alongside the band’s resonating bass lines and drumming beats. With Isaac taking inspiration from jazz & blues in his first three singles of the project,  ‘Hit The Ceiling’ draws influence from his soul & funk origins, creating an animated track, full of life.

The first of Isaac’s weekly singles began with ‘Make It Better’ – an uptempo track featuring contemporary soul talent Mathilda Homer, closely followed by soulful ballad ‘Let Me Into Your Heart’, a piano-led instrumentation topped with Isaac’s smooth vocals. His recent offering ‘Loving You Is Easy’ was a jazz-inspired record which saw Isaac pours his passion into the lyrics.

Since the success of his debut EP Borselli in 2018 Isaac has garnered widespread support for his various musical projects, and now the gifted singer/songwriter firmly cements his reputation as an artist to watch with his penultimate single ‘Hit The Ceiling’ set for release on Friday 26th April.

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