Bianca James hits it out of the park with her debut single ‘Monaco’.
The Toronto artist has well and truly made her mark with ‘Monaco’, a luscious sun-kissed ditty that borrows from the timeless sounds of the 60s.
“’Monaco’ is the artistic embodiment of wanting more. It’s a fantasy about escaping the greyness of daily life, throwing your high heels in a suitcase and flying somewhere glamorous where you can be a wilder version of yourself,” – Bianca James
The track is produced by JUNO Award-nominated & Platinum certified producer Thomas McKay, Michael Bublé’s former musical director Gene Hardy on saxophone plus inspiration from 60s group The Ventures.
This is only the first taste of what’s on the horizon for Bianca James, and whilst we patiently wait for new material, you’ll find us blasting ‘Monaco’ with the windows down and a firm hold on the loop button.
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