After winning Glastonbury Festival's Emerging Talent award last year, Declan McKenna has quickly become one of the UK's hottest new artists. The award included a slot at the festival, which begun his surge to stardom after the NME referred to him as "one of the most sought-after new acts".
Earlier this year, the 17-year-old released his debut single 'Brazil', a track that caused some controversy as it was a commentary on both the wealth divide in the country's major city Rio De Janeiro, as well as the alleged corruption of FIFA official during the World Cup there.
Now McKenna returns with an equally location themed track 'Bethlehem', a soothing and mild track that manages to showcase not only his incredible voice but also the talent he has at writing truly engaging songs.
Have a listen to 'Bethlehem' in the player below.