We’ve got some lovely flows to bend your ears around this week. From dreamy alt-pop to indie-tinged loveliness, each track offers something that’s unique and warm – a great way to start the weekend! As always, click the pics for a listen.
Sage Bava – Stronger
Sage Bava produces a dark-folk R&B-tinged beauty in the shape of her new single, Stronger. With beautiful Latina-tinged guitar set against Bava’s stunning vocals, the track builds a unique sound that is sultry, soft, yet enigmatically playful. With flourishes of jazz enveloped in an overall soulful flow, the track somehow mixes all these genres into something that is simply wonderful to listen to. Sit back and enjoy.
Rosalyn – The Deja Vu
Thaii indie-band Rosalyn take us down a dreamy, indie-pop-laden road with The Deja Vu. Set against a steady, thumping beat, the track reveals a wonderful journey set against 80s rhythms and 70s psychedelia. With a soulful vocal delivery, the track saunters onwards with self-assurance and a vibe that gently overtakes you as the bassline playfully falls into your conciseness.
Crush – So Strange
Fronted by singer and guitarist Amber Warren So Strange from Crush is touted as a head-on challenge to negative feelings. Featuring indie-esque dreamy flows, the track then hits hard in the chorus, pumping out distortion and energy that overcomes the senses and throws you into a powerful atmosphere. Think Wolf Alice with a little more dreamscape and you’d be on the right track. Mesmerising stuff.
Chloe Rodgers – Bones
Taken from her forthcoming EP, Back to the Quay, new single Bones shows off a more euphoric side to the artist. With perfectly placed and subtle string sections littered throughout, the strong drumbeat leads the track forward to a perfect alt-pop chorus that builds in an emphatic way. A perfectly produced and balanced track.
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