Izo FitzRoy's recent album 'A Good Woman' was a musical triumph, blending soul, R&B, and funk. The album garnered extensive airplay support from renowned stations like BBC 6 Music, BBC Radio 2, NPO2 (NL), and FIP (France), while Jazz FM honored it as their 'Album of the Week' and playlisted an astonishing 5 singles.
Remixes by Art of Tones, Colleen Murphy, Moods, and Sam Redmore kept the summer vibe going strong. Now, Izo concludes the album campaign with her final single, 'Black Insides.'
“A Classic R&B voice…mining Stax and Atlantic’s greatest hits” - Uncut
“Powerful and unrelenting” - Blues and Soul
“Excellent” - Echoesd
“Oozes funk from every pore” - Mixmag
'Black Insides' was recorded during sessions for 'A Good Woman', but was reluctantly left off the final album which simply goes to show how strong an album it is.
Izo tells us “Black Insides is a reflective song, about the pitfalls of blaming one another when a relationship falls to pieces. How “taking shots” at another eventually leads back to an even greater sense of shame in oneself. The song starts and ends with the same dreamlike harmonic sequence which mirrors the lyrical theme - you can’t escape your own emotional turmoil by projecting it onto someone else. It always comes back round again”.
Concluding this incredible album journey, 'Black Insides' offers a poignant final note and showcases Izo Fitzroy's enduring artistry. Her music continues to resonate deeply, leaving a lasting impact on her listeners' hearts and minds.