This week’s “8 Tracks” collection features a handful of great tunes that you need to turn up to 11. Dance around your living room, no one’s watching!

Jon The Guilt – “Sycophant American”

Singer-songwriter Jon the Guilt released “Sycophant American”, “for those who suffer from depression & panic disorders”. If you dig classic rock, indie pop and anything in between, this track is right up your alley.

Audrey and Hugh – “Lily White Parade”

If you like Shovels and Rope or similar acts, you’ll dig this band. Fantastic vocals, great Americana sound. I defy you not to tap you toes when you listen!

Rory Taillon – “Welcome”

An FTS alumni, Rory Taillon recently release a new single, “Welcome”. It’s a killer folk track with fantastic layered harmonies. Give it a listen, and then go back and check out our clips with him!

Jacqueline Tucci – “Fear”

Here’s a great song with seriously catchy guitar riffs and an awesome 90s vibe to it. This is Jacqueline Tucci’s new single, “Fear”, from her upcoming debut EP, Jungle Sounds.

The Roost – “Impossible”

Next up, from The Roost’s first album Alice, we’ve got their new single “Impossible”. This is a great one to listen to with the volume waaaay up.

Pave The Jungle – “Cookie Cutter”

UK alternative band, Pave The Jungle just dropped their second single – “Cookie Cutter” is a “a cacophony of traditional rock instrumentation bound together with an off-kilter and captivating vocal “. Check it out!

Hopper – “Caught In The Moment”

Hopper is a Canadian band, and their latest single would hold its own among CanCon indie rock mainstays. Check out the killer vocals on this one!

Cherry Slide – “Spill”

This next tune is a great indie rock offering from Cherry Slide, off of their album Sugar Slo-Mo.  This one has an awesome Silversun Pickups vibe – plus, guitar hooks and keyboard flourishes make it a memorable one.



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