SACHI – Down On Your Luck
SACHI‘s Enchanté is still one of my favourite songs of theirs, but this new one is pretty good, and uplifting too.
Supertaste — Spins
Erin Foster – Sometimes
Claptone – Wake Up (feat. James Vincent McMorrow)
Barkaa – King Brown
A solid debut single that showcases Barkaa‘s lyrical prowess mixed with authenticity in storytelling. Good stuff. Stay tuned for more from Barkaa as this song is only the first taste of her forthcoming debut EP Blak Matriarchy. ‘King Brown’ is about knowing your worth.
AURORA – Cure For Me
Norwegian artist AURORA has returned with her brand new single, “Cure For Me”, a song that sees AURORA bring together more wholesome empowering, and upbeat aesthetics than before. As the song opens with AURORA’s soft soaring vocals, and builds to a darkly-hued carnivalesque chorus, this is one of her most enjoyable songs to date.
Self Esteem – Prioritise Pleasure
Self Esteem today announces details of her forthcoming second album ‘Prioritise Pleasure‘, and to coincide with the announcement has given fans a taste of the record with the release of the title track. ‘Prioritise Pleasure’ pulls apart and inspects the mantra running through, whilst exploring the notion of unpacking, unapologetically tending to your own needs, confronting your flaws, and dealing with the ways you’ve been wronged.
Linda Varg – Standing in the Middle of the Road
Linda Varg is a pop artist out of Sweden and her newest song “Standing In The Middle Of The Road” is a song all about her own experiences with bullying, where the song itself showcases alt-pop-folk aesthetics, guitar acoustics, mixed with beats and layered vocals, and a tight nit band behind her.
Quarters of Change – Asphalt
“Asphalt” follows on from the release of Quarters of Change’s single “Look Alive”, which was released last month. It is good to see the band continued the trend of simplistic rock, mixed with soothing vocals.
Petite Amie – Disaster
Very smooth song with the right amount of shoegaze.