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Breezer – “Forever”

Country: UK

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “Breezer are a band from Hastings, UK. Borne out of a songwriting partnership, that became a fully realised live band at the end of 2021 with a sold out hometown show. More shows have followed, and the band are now signed to Xray Touring to take the new single Forever onto the road and into the world.”


Noah Ransom – “On The Edge”

Country: US

Genre: Pop Rock

From the Artist: “I wrote this song lonely, universal experience of feeling disconnected from your friends.”


The Big Pink – “No Angels”

Country: UK

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “It’s a track reflecting that moment when you understand that all you’ve set your sights on has led to a place far away from where you should be and everything you truly love. “It took sacrificing everything I’d built in London and moving to Los Angeles, a place I thought I needed to be in order to achieve my dreams, for me to realise that it was about much more than just myself. I had a moment of clarity when I understood what’s truly important and what I needed to do to get back to everything and everyone that I loved. That’s what this song is about.


Vezza – “Miniscule Creep”

Country: US

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “This song will serve me for years as a nice middle finger to people who are fake and put other people down to make themselves seem better. It’s also written to be an anthem to a teeny bopper high school film.”


Cherry Blaster – “I Don’t Wanna”

Country: Canada

Genre: Indie Pop

From the Artist: “I’d had yet another disappointing dating experience that left me wanting more,” said Iulia. “I was frustrated and hurt even though I knew that I had been trying to see more in it than was really there. When things don’t work out, I zero in on little moments and blame myself, even though it’s a two way street.”


Kabinett – “Blueberry Lips”

Country: Germany

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “Absolute madness! Lyrically and musically. Is this song just about a guy who’s crazy in love or about a horrible crime? Or both? Did he just say that he’s – what? Even if “Blueberry Lips” doesn’t give you the answer to that question it is packed with all of that energy! First it’s just a vibey up-beat track but soon it takes a creepy turn and ends in a genius chaos that shows what’s going on inside the head of the narrator. The absolute highlight is the thrilling saxophone solo at the end of the track!” 


Jesse Heinz – “Pomelo”

Country: Canada

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “I play upbeat, guitar-heavy indie rock with catchy hooks and lyrics that get to the point. It’s indie rock from the heart” 


Scooped Up! – “Best Days”

Country: USA

Genre: Pop Punk

From the Artist:  “this is the third single of of our second album. the song is about being nostalgic for the past while letting the present slip by. people are busy trying to live in the past reminiscing and being nostalgic about things from 10-20 years ago not realizing they will be looking back at now in just a few years with the same feelings. best days is about how we are living the best days of our lives everyday just live in the present and enjoy life.”


The Juniors – “First time”

Country: UK

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “The Juniors are a 2-piece British Shoegaze band from street, Somerset. The band formed in 2019 from a collection of noise loving music nerds who met at college and who all just couldn’t get enough My Bloody Valentine, Jesus and Mary Chain, Ride. Their unique brand of entertainment fuses amazing guitar effects and wash-out vocals with amazing light show and on-stage banter that will make you want to float away on a rainstorm of noise.”


Losun – “Crossroad”

Country: Spain

Genre: Indie Pop

From the Artist: “This is another song about the human experience. Specifically about crossing paths with other people. Eventually we get to a “Crossroad” and meet someone with whom we connect like no other, but sometimes the time isn’t right. It’s a pretty straightforward indie-pop tune but we experimented a bit sonically to achieve more of a rough sound better identified with rock music.”


Gnarfunkel – “Bamboo Bong”

Country: Canada

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “Living in the modern world can be overwhelming,” says vocalist/guitarist Tyler Lanigan. “Luckily for us, a new form of escapism has recently been legalized in Canada. Through its chaotic intro, funky verses and bridge combining anxious instrumentals with clips of Reefer Madness, ‘Bamboo Bong’ explores the dichotomy of being high combined with the residual stigma for the soul-destroying reefer.”


Definitely Barney – “Cave”

Country: UK

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist:  “this song is about the struggle of treating love like an addiction and dealing with the feeling’s aftermath”


The Merchants – “CASTRO”

Country: UK

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “CASTRO is a fun energetic track targeted to all air guitar enthusiasts out there. Lyrically, takes the perspective of a person who feels they’ve been misled by someone they trusted and admired, while being led astray from doing the things they love. It paints a picture of the perpetrator ‘CASTRO’ who leads their life without regard for others, leaving in their trail a deep feeling of contempt. It highlights the struggles of getting back on track and being productive again.”


The Speaker Wars – “Never Ready to Go” ft. Stan Lynch

Country: US

Genre: Rock

From the Artist: “The catchy guitar riff, skillful drumming from Stan, and deep vocals from JCD, create an itch in your head that can only be scratched by playing the song over and over again. The dynamic lyricism and musicality are what’s going to prove once again that rock never dies.”