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Khartoum – “Ten People”

Country: UK

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “KHARTOUM return with latest single ‘Ten People’, and announce their sophomore EP ‘Some Days’, released 27th June via Young Poet. The new track follows hot on the heels of recent single ‘I Was Born’, which won praise from BBC Radio 1’s Jack Saunders, and saw the band feature as cover stars on Spotify’s tastemaker ‘Hot New Bands’ playlist.”


Strange Parade – “Bag of Blood”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “Starting with an almost atonal piano intro, Bag of Blood, their second single from “The Watchers” LP is an amped-up storytelling affair that marries early 80’s new wave with a 60’s girl group beat, landing somewhere between The Chiffons and Echo & The Bunnymen. The story paints a picture of an individual’s paranoia, starting with an social incident, blowing out into a paranoid, chemically fueled vision of a sleepover/feeding frenzy with the subject’s blood morphed into a drug the ‘partygoers’ feed on: “The powder it falls, loose lips and diaphanous slips. Connie spills all by the end of the night.” The song ends with the bad dream coming true and ending and a sobering realism: “They told me one day, some day, I’d have these days. No one ever promised I’d find out why.”


Photoshoot – “ROMCOM”

Country: US

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “The song is about saying “I love you” without saying it once and in turn, becoming heartbroken. Thus, the irony of the title, ROMCOM, a direct reference to romantic comedies.”


Broken Fires – “Sharks”

Country: UK

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “Sharks is written looking down on a convicted man in the dock of a Swansea courtroom. Guitarist and singer Gareth explains: “I think I had been watching too many Netflix real crime series… but there has always been something curious to me about what runs through the mind of those that find themselves standing in the dock looking out at the jury”.


Carve A Path – “Prove You Wrong”

Country: US

Genre: Punk

From the Artist: “‘Prove You Wrong’ is a song about fighting back. Whether something is taking you down physically or mentally, you must fight back. Keep going and Carve A Path.”


Bison Face – “Mall Rats”

Country: UK

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “This our 4th track released, and the first single from upcoming debut EP ‘Lunar Catharsis’. Frontman Ernie Hill wrote and recorded the parts solo with help from producer George Donoghue and drummer Joe Phillips in Brighton, UK. It’s a faster heavier sound, building on the vibe of previous single ‘Private Joke Party’, and the lyrics reflect depression, anger and heartbreak with a smattering of pop culture references and pounding riffs.”


Back to Yours – “Monster”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “Fun, upbeat, energetic and fierce song about toxic relationships.” 


Takeover – “Nicotine”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “Takeover is a 5 piece Rock ‘n’ Roll band from New York City. All about driving guitar music, catchy songs and melodies, and topped off with energetic live sets.”


Kate Clover – “Daisy Cutter”

Country: US

Genre: Rock

From the Artist: “‘Daisy Cutter’ is the first love song I ever wrote. It was sonically influenced by The Buzzcocks, Ramones and Pub rock. I wrote it while falling in love and wanted it to reflect the adrenaline rush of that feeling and how your heart feels like an exploding grenade. To me, there’s no greater feeling.” 


Franjapan – “Sleepless”

Country: Australia

Genre: Indie Pop

From the Artist: “Sleepless is a catchy pop rock tune tackling the simple issue of wanting to stay out with your friends when your significant other just wants to go to bed – The track bounces jangly guitars and infectious vocal hooks throughout, and it’ll be stuck in your head for days. This one was produced by Cam Trewin, FOH operator for Rufus Du Sol and Hayden James, and also by Greg O’Shea who has worked with the likes of John Butler and Paul Kelly. The 2 helped Franjapan really bring out a gem in this tune”


SoSo – “The Festival Song”

Country: Australia

Genre: Pop Rock

From the Artist: “Bringing to life the quintessential Aussie music festival experience, ‘The Festival Song’ perfectly encapsulates the dizzying highs of partying with mates under the Aussie sun, partaking in some ‘extra-curricular’ substances and ultimately dealing with the much dreaded road trip home (while suffering from the festival hang over from hell).”


Mia Mera – “Long Gone and Holding”

Country: US

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “This is another slab of 90’s alternative grunge rock from Baltimore’s Mia Mera, quickly becoming one of the scene’s leaders in the guitar driven 90’s sound revival going right now. Equal parts melodic hooks, thick noisy guitars and inquisitive lyrics, “Long Gone And Holding” is a love letter to how fast the future comes at us, and how long we hang on the past.”


Nathaniel Paul – “Just Memories”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “Just Memories” is about making the future the best it can be – given the challenges we face as a world.”


Griffin Benton – “Lie To Me”

Country: US

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “This is a track I had a lot of fun making off of my first album, which was released last week.”