Rising UK Electro-Pop Artist Tyne Brings Hope to a Lover in 'I'd Like That' Video: Premiere

Brandon Taelor Aviram

Rising British musician Grace Shelley -- who records under the nom de plume Tyne -- makes passionate, minimal pop music that pulls influence from Frank Ocean and Purity Ring. The 19-year old has been gathering buzz from a stream of singles dating back to last year, most recently the elegant piano devotional ”I’d Like That,” which appeared on Spotify’s New Music Friday last month.

“’I’d Like That’ is about getting to a point in your relationship when you fully understand the other person,” the Cambridge-based artist tells Billboard. “My boyfriend and I had an argument and he wanted me to leave so we could both calm down. I refused. Eventually, we worked it out.” Explaining the song’s lyrics, she says, “We both need to love each other until the time, as individuals, we understand and love ourselves more than we do now. Hence: ‘I will love you, until you love you too.’”

Below, watch Tyne bring the song to life at her piano; the the brand new video for “I’d Like That,” is premiering via Billboard:

Tyne is set to headline her first London concert April 10, following a tour supporting PVRIS on their UK tour last November. 

For info on Tyne, check out her official site, and as for more music, start with the alluring, darker-tinged “Crawl.” 


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