Born in Gothenburg to a British father and a Finnish mother Miriam Bryant has already made a name for herself in Sweden and has been bubbling up across the Nordic region. She's been dropping stellar tarcks and EPs like last year's Bye Bye Blue which featured certfied banger "Rocket" and her long-time collaborator Victor Rådström aka NEIKED.

"Black Car" is the track that saw Bryant's trajectory really reach new highs at home, but if you're not constantly checking the Swedish charts, then now you have the chance to discover its sheer brilliance now. Currently working on her debut full-length international release, we can expect Bryant to deliver brand new music laced with more of the Nordic noir, melancholy and poptimistic production she's been pushing since day one soon.

Of the track Bryant explains that the titular black car "represents the place we met – the club we always go back to and where we had our first kiss. It’s the moment when you look at me like nobody has ever looked at me before, and the moment you know you’re in love. But it’s also the arguments, the passion, the tears. It’s when you’ve given up but you don’t want to leave. It’s the realisation that nothing is forever."

"Black Car" is out now.