It’s no secret that we love discovering new artists so when HENRIO flashed on to our radar we were instantly hooked. The Spanish singer-songwriter ,based in Liverpool, will release his mesmerising debut single Moonglow (I Could Love You) on 19 April.

After quitting his first label, he moved to the UK in 2017 to develop his craft and find himself a new home, with his Mediterranean influences and his acoustic guitar as a starting point. Comparrisons to the likes of Sufjan Stevens, Jeff Buckley and Damien Rice are all richly deserevd based purely on what we’ve heard from HENRIO so far. 

After three years of collaborating with a few artists such as Astles, Abby Meysenburg, Spilk Milk Society frontman Harry Handford, Venus Demilo, and Micayl, he is sharing an introduction of his most recent work with this new poetic single about love, co-written with the Wirral-based artist Cooza.

Moonglow (I Could Love You) is a gorgeous song about new love and the feelings and emotions we experience when falling in love. Being in the middle of a lockdown due to the Coronavirus outbreak makes the track feel more important than ever and although it’s early days, we think this is one of our favourite tracks of the year!

Moonglow (I Could Love You) is out on all streaming platforms on 19 April. If you can’t wait that long then head over to HENRIO’s Soundcloud page to hear his demo, What’s Life? 

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