While most bands and artists making waves today tend to focus on the more pop-rock side of things, every now and again there comes a band who are prepared to break from the norm and deliver a sound that's truly unique.
One such band is Svetlana and the Delancey Five. The swing-pop band (yes, that's a thing) have already been packing out weekly shows at The Back Room, one of only a handful remaining speakeasies in New York and look set to make a name for themselves on both sides of the Atlantic in the coming months.
Having already been championed by the likes of The Wall Street Journal and Time Out, the quintet, led by singer Svetlana Shmulyian, bring the joys of 1920's and 1940's jazz to the modern day music fan and they do so in an incredible fashion, with the vocals and musicianship blending in almost perfect harmony.
The band also love to get their fans and fellow New Yorkers involved in their fun and in June, they'll host an incredibly popular swing-dance flashmob in Times Square (quick, someone buy me a plane ticket!)
Before that though, they look set to earn themselves even more acclaim with the release of the video for their new track "It's All Good" which PopWrapped are delighted to premiere. A slow, soothing little number, for which the band have brought in guest instrumentalist Wycliffe Gordon, it's perfect for unwinding to after a busy day, perhaps with a glass of bourbon, or even while taking a walk on a beautiful summer day.
Check out the video for "It's All Good" below and for more information on Svetlana and the Delancey Five, visit their website, give their page a like on Facebook or follow them on Twitter and Instagram. The bands' debut album Night At The Speakeasy is available now on itunes.