With powerful and soaring vocals alongside groove-driven instrumentation, ‘All Or Nothing At All’ is a soulful pop anthem about breaking off limitations and pushing past your fears.
A powerhouse soul singer with more than a decade of performance expertise, Michaela Jayde’s latest offering marks an exciting new chapter for this Melbourne artist. Holding nothing back in her latest song, All Or Nothing At All is characterised by lush vocal arrangements and intricate melodic phrasing. A track about battling with anxiety and challenging your own limitations, All Or Nothing At All also highlights a shift in Michaela Jayde’s usual creative process as the artist explores a fresh sound.
What you need to know
- All Or Nothing at All is the latest release from Melbourne based soul singer Michaela Jayde
- Written about the fight to dream big while wrestling with anxiety, this song is an anthem for never giving up, boasting soaring vocals and deep, soulful groove.
- This single is out June 24
A talented and highly sought-after vocalist, Michaela has worked with countless artists including Tones & I, Stan Walker, Kylie Auldist, Mantra, Ben Abraham, Thando and WILSN. These collaborations have led to several television appearances, including Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Sound and Studio10.
Recorded in Melbourne alongside co-producers Timothy Coghill and Stephen Mowat, this highly anticipated release is the first of more exciting music to come from the artist.
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“I wanted to write about my story and share a snapshot of exactly where I was at in that moment,” says Michaela Jayde on All Or Nothing At All. “While a big part of that was learning how to wrestle with anxiety, I also knew that hope and freedom had to be the ultimate resolve of the song.”
“After all, they are the driving force that move me to engage and wrestle in the first place, rather than remaining stagnant out of fear.”
All Or Nothing At All will be available on Bandcamp and all digital steaming platforms from Friday June 24. Keep up to date by heading here.
This article was made in partnership with Michaela Jayde