Nini Iris is the soulful voice from Tbilisi, and she is back with her latest single, “Lovesong.” Combining the soulful depths of folk with the infectious elements of pop, Nini’s new track adds more emotions to her ever-growing discography.

Highlights of “Lovesong” are its introverted, sentimental lyrics and an easygoing melody. The line “Whenever I’m alone with you, you make me feel like I am home again” throws a hint to the emotional core of the track. This single provides proof that Nini Iris can make music that relates to personal experiences and universal emotions.

Her journey started in Tbilisi, where music was all about traditional Georgian melodies. From singing at family gatherings to performing at school events, her early acquaintance with music laid a good foundation for a career. Her breakthrough came when she took part in the 24th season of The Voice, where her cover of “I See Red” by Everybody Loves An Outlaw made all the coaches turn around for her. Her decision to work with Niall Horan and her performances of songs like Radiohead’s “Karma Police” and The Cure’s “Lovesong” landed her in the top 8.

Following The Voice, Nini released “Psycho,” a track that was co-produced with Matt Chiaravalle, yet another song with which she delves into the human psyche and all its ramifications. Swathed in haunting melodies and thoughtful lyrics, “Psycho” was critically acclaimed for the way Nini managed to fuse traditional folk elements with contemporary pop sounds.

Born in Georgia, with the Georgian folk tradition underpinning her art, Nini Iris managed to make a name for herself on The Voice and then take her talent to the people. This experience further refined her sound, rich in cultural heritage and with modern music experiences.

“Lovesong” is now available on all major streaming platforms. This release continues Nini‘s blend of folk and pop and her knack for songs that do relate to the listener. Her commitment to music and that unique voice keep Nini Iris a compelling figure on the scene.

Listen to Nini’s “Lovesong” below: