Local purveyor of dirt encrusted r’n’b Airling (Hannah Shepherd) is fast becoming one of the most talked about young artists in the Australian music industry with her own twist pop music. With such a fantastic grounding in her first 18months: the release of her debut EP “Love Gracefully”, the hugely successful track ‘Forces’, Airling co-wrote with Japanese Wallpaper and featuring her own vocals, and already gracing the stage across many of the major music festivals and venues in the country (Laneway, Splendour in the Grass, Falls Festival The Opera House, The Forum), Hannah is now in the most creative period of her artistic career to date and is challenging all this energy into her debut album which has been written and just needs the final touches in the studio. new single ‘Move Me’. The track was produced by distinguished artist, label mate and long-time collaborator Tom Iansek and can be heard below: Of the track and song-writing process Shepherd shares: "I'm bursting to put new music out and share the flood of songs and stories I've been writing for my debut album. Some stuff has a pop lightness to it and others are very dark. 'Move Me'' feels like a good balance between the light and darkness that is inside me and my creativity at the moment. The song was completely stripped back to its bones, as a melody and beat, with me vibing out at home and we let it be that expression without over-complicating things or the sentiment. There's a sensuality to it: in the notion of borrowing someone's body on the dance floor and seeing how it fits with your own." The future of Australian music is looking extremely bright with Hannah Shepherd leading the way.