"Impossible to Possible" Aye!'s 4 track EP and Video - Out Now!! ❤️

Aye! New Single "Sound of the Universe"
is the second single release from Aye! Building from a moody bass intro, the song rises and dips like a rollercoaster, peeling off at unexpected tangents.One minute introspective, the next euphoric, before bringing the listener in to land and ready for more. Achieving that rare combination of dance beats and philosophy, "Sound of the Universe" takes the listener on a journey of wonder."The song is about trusting our lives, trusting the Universe. If we do that, we can achieve endless good fortune" says Aye! 

Aye! Biography

Aye! is a singer, songwriter and electronic musician who was born in Japan and is based in London, UK.  

Relocating to London to study art, she quickly fell into the city’s music scene as a singer/performance artist with other London musicians. After going solo and concentrating on electronic music, she focused her musical creativity in the studio. Then at an art exhibition of her paintings in Mayfair she met and subsequently signed with Good Deeds Music.

While her artistic inspirations range from David Hockney and Basquiat to Klimt, her musical inspirations include artists as diverse as The Beatles, Jeff Buckley and Manu Delago.

Aye!’s first release was the hypnotic anthem “Impossible to Possible”, a thrilling electro extravaganza which sums up the philosophy close to her heart.  

Aye! says “I was excited by the response to “Impossible to Possible”, especially when Janice Long made such lovely comments on her show”. The song also gained Aye! fans in Germany, with the listeners of Klangwald Radio voting her Number 1 on their chart for 8 weeks running !

Aye! Xx❤️

Janice Long loves my song!! 

“Oh, that makes me feel soooo good !! What a tune !!……absolutely fantastic new tune!! ”   Janice Long, BBC Radio Wales

Thanks everyone!
My single "Impossible to Possible" was No.1 in Klangwald Charts in Germany for 8 weeks running!!
Love Aye! xx❤️


"...The song is screaming out for a Lazer light show over several thousand dancing people lost in the ambient noise of it all. Love it.."