We’ve got an eclectic list of songs this week, spanning genres of all kinds. Check out the reviews, give the tunes a listen, and let us know your favourites!
The Harpoonist & The Axe Murderer – “Father’s Son”
We’ve got The Harpoonist & the Axe Murderer back on FTS – this time with their new track, “Father’s Son”. This is a cool alt rock song with some great psychedelic vibes. Give it a listen, then go read our recent interview!
Lifehouse – “Cut & Run”
When this song was submitted to FTS, I put it on and was liking it a lot… then I realized it was a song by Lifehouse! I’ll admit, I never knew a lot about the band and their previous singles, but it seems to me that their sound has changed and I am really diggin this direction they’re going in. Give it a listen, what do you think?
Justin Angelo Morey – “Something’s Got a Hold On Me”
There’s a great 60’s sound to this one – and if you like the Beatles, you’re going to wanna dive into Justin Angelo Morey’s discography. This song absolutely brightened up my morning – it’s fantastic.
Josh Radnor – “The High Road”
If you didn’t know that Ted from “How I Met Your Mother” was also a musician… now you do! “The High Road” is from Josh Radnor’s debut solo EP, out on April 16th. Give it a listen, and then stay tuned for One More Then I’ll Let You Go.
Jordan Krimston – “Betty”
“Betty” is a quick tune (under 2 min long!), with poppy indie rock vibes. It’s pretty impactful for a short song, since it’s immediately likeable and makes you wanna hear more.
Ruby Bones – “Drunk All Night”
For those of you that need a drinking song right now (and that’s almost everyone, with everything going on), here ya go! “Drink All Night” is catchy, fun, and just might have you singing along.
Grimson – Will He Ride (My Bike)
If you’re a fan of Elliott Smith or Andy Shauf, the debut single from Grimson just might be up your alley. It’s got great indie folk pop feels, and a fun video to go with it. Give it a spin!
The Jonnybirds – “Twist”
Really diggin’ this track from The Jonnybirds – it calls back to some 90s grunge, but with more of an indie rock flair. There’s a really cool simplicity to it that somehow makes it punchier. It’s a unique sound that I’m looking forward to hearing more of.