If you’ve been headed out to the clubs over the past year, you’re as sure as eggs somewhere encountered the jam tight garage-house smooth tones of the dee-lovely one Syron, bumping the speakers with a laidback lustre of RnB influence about her.

The upcoming vocalist continues to elevate her profile of sleek and intelligently contemporary club sassiness that has been raised via the previous releases to date of “Breaking”, “Here” and “Colour Me In” to pair up with the up-and-coming London based dance outfit of Horror Stories on the 90’s deep house floor filling ambience of “Three Dreams”.

Noticeably the vocals descend into a relatable alignment to that of current scene stealer Katy B, but however, shows the growing emergence of talent to take on this strand of chic-cultured club music, over the glut of high octane and generically delivered White Isle anthems.

Syron struts her way in video motion with a flash dancing Jennifer Beals glint in her eye and a vocal in touch with Katy B rinsed garage 3am fluidity.