TO coincide with the release of her new album ‘The Woman You Want’ on Friday, Eliza Shaddad has shared its brilliant lead single ‘Fine & Peachy’ with accompanying visuals.

The Scottish-Sudanese singer is jazz-trained with folk and blues leanings so it’s no surprise that her album is a varied affair that pulls from a myriad of influences.

One of its many highlights, ‘Fine & Peachy’ shows off her rootsy side with soft grungy undertones, bluesy melodies and infectious guitar hooks. Full of attitude, it’s a groovy number that finds Shaddad confronting her protagonist in blunt fashion.

Of the song, she says “It’s a groovy, loose, rebellious, sick-of-this-sh*t kind of song which delights in some of the country influences I’ve been enjoying over the last few months,” Eliza explains. “It’s super fun to sing, jump and get all your frustrations out to.

“I had so much fun making the music video for this at home with the wonderful Jodie Canwell who’s collaborated with me on all the beautiful visuals for this album.”

Watch the video below.