Tag: new music

Kiana Ledé and Kehlani Find Unexpected Love at a House Party in Vibrant “Ur Best Friend” Music Video

Kiana Ledé has only put out one full album and she’s already checking a “dream collab” off her list thanks to the sultry “Ur Best Friend,” a joint effort with Kehlani that draws from 2000s R&B. The first taste of Kiana’s yet-to-be-titled sophomore project has already collected over two million Spotify streams, and it’s bound…

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Tennis System Discusses Self-Exploration in a Pandemic on “Dizzy”

Drawing from the best elements of pop-punk and indie rock while still feeling genuine and introspective, Tennis System’s “Dizzy” proves his ability to connect with audiences in a time of isolation and loneliness. Inspired by the circumstances surrounding COVID-19 and self-exploration, the track describes worrisome feelings without weighing too heavily on the listener, making it…

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Summer Years Will Soundtrack Your Summer Memories with “This Light”

Summer Years encourage fans to make the most of their days and make their aspirations a reality on pop-punk anthem “This Light,” which insists you should “be yourself, you’ll get through.” Released alongside a breezy music video, the song is just as exhilarating as you’d expect from a group with “summer” in their name.  “’This…

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Typhoid Rosie Stand Up Against Female Objectification on “Defend Your Temple”

Brooklyn rockers Typhoid Rosie take on sexist media with “Defend Your Temple,” a rousing anthem that contrasts fairytales and insists that everything you need is already inside you. It’s a theme song for a strong modern woman destined to take control of her life in spite of the outdated messages we’re fed throughout our childhood…

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Zachary Knowles Embodies the Isolation of Hit “stranger to me” in New Music Video

Zachary Knowles discusses the universal experience of losing someone on “stranger to me,” an acoustic pop track brimming with honesty and evocative lyrics. This week, he dropped a scenic music video that mirrors the song’s sentiments of feeling lonely and distanced from someone. “Building up to this album I knew that I really wanted to…

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Pop-Punk Duo girlfriends Liken a Relationship’s Impact to a “Tattoo” on New Single

It looks like the next few months will be the summer of pop-punk, partly thanks to girlfriends, a collaboration between Apple Music host Travis Mills and Goldfinger drummer Nick Gross. Their new single “Tattoo” is full of intricate details packed into an earworm melody that will definitely get stuck in your head. “I wrote ‘Tattoo’…

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9 of the Coolest New Rock Songs That May Have Gone Under Your Radar This June

With the peak of summer coming up, artists are giving their all to create the songs that will soundtrack your poolside days, barbecues, and even just chill nights in your room. Here are nine rocking songs that came out this month! Analog Party – “Blind Driver” The energetic new track from California’s Analog Party draws…

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”Pretty Please” Check Out The Funklabb’s New Single with Myah Marie

The Funklabb bring the 70s back to life with “Pretty Please,” their summery new track about longing for a crush. The track is a co-release with Myah Marie, who’s known for her backing vocals on songs like Britney Spears’ “Circus” and Selena Gomez’s Rare album, and features Ruba and Young Dinero.  “Pretty Please” is one…

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SEVENTEEN Show Off Their Maturation and Versatility as a Group on ‘Your Choice’ EP

Fresh off their million-selling 2020 projects ; (Semicolon) and Heng:garæ, SEVENTEEN is back with their Your Choice mini album, which showcases their growth as a band since their 2015 debut. They’ve already sold over 7.5 million albums and collected over 2 billion streams, but if Your Choice is any indication, those numbers are only going…

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King Shelter Stand as Firm as “CONCRETE!” Against Gun Violence

Great for fans of acts like grandson, King Shelter’s “CONCRETE!” is a frantic, politically-charged anthem. As the first single from their upcoming PATIENCE EP, the song tackles gun violence with rap-like cadence over energetic guitars. “‘CONCRETE!’ is about the frustration with the glorification of the shooter,” Taylor Hecocks of King Shelter explains. “We’ve seen the…

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Catholic Guilt Acknowledge Grief and Mourn on Touching Track “Nothing…”

Grief and loss are, unfortunately, something everyone has to deal with at some point or another, but life can go on and you can grow from that hardship. Melbourne rockers Catholic Guilt reflect on losing a loved one with “Nothing…,” the final single from their August 2020 EP This is What Honesty Sounds Like. “‘Nothing…’…

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