British Indo-Jazz artist, Unnati, has released the video for upcoming single Ye Raatein, ahead of the release of her brand new album Indigo Soul.

Unnati’s international music is a crossover of Indian Classical, Jazz & Spiritual – whilst also retaining several other elements of Western music - reflecting Unnati’s British-Indian heritage.

The track was produced by Diamond Duggal, who has previously worked with the likes of Shania Twain.

Other producers and musicians to appear across the record include Xan Blacq (Amy Winehouse), Gordon Hulbert (Anastacia, Alison Limerick), and the Budapest Film Orchestra, contributing to a true musical and cultural fusion.

The eldest of two daughters, Unnati grew up in Finchley, North London, in a house busy with visitors including famous artists and students of her father, the late iconic singer of Indian classical music royalty.

Nitai Dasgupta (1934 – 2003) was a pioneer, performer, teacher and recording artist among the first to bring Indian classical music to Britain. His cult 1972 LP Songs of India was recently re-issued, delighting the likes of electronic wiz Keiran Hebden, aka Four Tet, who discovered the record in his grandfather’s vinyl collection and featured the track ‘Cham Cham Cham Cham’ on his NTS radio show.

Taking the musical legacy of her father and tailoring the traditional with her own contemporary slant, the British-born singer, composer and musician has been working her magic for some time - journeying towards the light in Soho jazz clubs, the Royal Albert Hall, and on the main stage at WOMAD.

Indigo Soul is out on 28th February 2020.