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Elder Bright – “Chasing Ghosts”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “Indie style song with guitar/drum/bass instrumentation”


Faded Shades – “Waiting on Tomorrow”

Country: UK

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “Waiting On Tomorrow has all the tastiness of a Tom Petty classic spliced with a lick of HAIM catchiness to create a refreshing blend of alternative rock pop!” 


A Days Wait – “Tongue Tied”

Country: Canada

Genre: Indie Pop

From the Artist: “Sometimes, when it’s most important to speak up, we just can’t find the right words. Jackson Philips (Day Wave) produced this one. I love the vibe he created and I hope you do too.”


Baudelaire – “Lethe”

Country: UK

Genre: Post-Punk

From the Artist: “Dwelling on the catalytic relationship between alcohol and violence, the Wolverhampton based post-punk outfit Baudelaire, explore themes of excess, misanthropy, and self-destruction on their eagerly anticipated second single ‘Lethe’.” 


Dog Ears – “Taurus”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist:  “”Taurus” is the second single from the upcoming Dog Ears album Shadow on the Blacktop, a concept album about drivers stuck in a traffic jam (one of whom is secretly a werewolf). The song’s narrator is the transient artist whose crash causes the pile-up. Life spent “running the numbers” (interstates and freeways) hasn’t added “up to much,” and is the root cause of the ensuing calamity. With lyrics chock full of numerical turns of phrase and fuzzy guitars, “Taurus” beckons listens to enter the world Dog Ears has created.” 


Incendiary Sweet – “Physics & Chemistry”

Country: Canada

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “Good chemistry is rare and often a delightful disaster. I wrote this indie rock song for the irresistible and problematic ones: lush electric guitars and pulsing drums expand to a joyful pop rock chorus.”


Secondhand Sound – “Colm’s Conquest”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist:  “The first single, “Colm’s Conquest,” is a fresh take on Secondhand Sound’s indie-rock and alternative style. The ambiguous tone that inspired the songwriting is an ode to the conceptual displacement so many iconic writers have employed to place audiences in another world. Foundationally set in rock, “Colm’s Conquest” was produced by Matt Martin (Wanderwild, Faye Webster, COIN).”


DYLYN – “Bring On The Blues”

Country: Canada

Genre: Pop Rock

From the Artist: “It touches on subjects that are a little uncomfortable, aspects of anxiety, depression, and all our traumas,” she reveals. “We translate rougher experiences into who we are. It exposes the darker parts of ourselves. In the harder seasons of life, I’ve certainly grown and learned the most.”


KOAH – “Found A Way”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “With many of my songs there’s often one foot in reality — even if the lyrics are fantastical. The sentiment of this song, however, is entirely true. This is a song about letting go. It mirrors the sentiment of another song I wrote called “A New Road” where I refer to “letting the thieves lighten our load.” Regardless of your dreams and aspirations, sometimes you just have to be where you are when you are. You have to let go. Many of my songs touch on that idea. This one is no exception.”


Grocer – “Put It Down”

Country: US

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “”Put It Down” is the second track from Grocer’s sophomore LP, Numbers Game, out May 6th, 2022. It was written by founding member Danielle Lovier (bass/vocals) and the lyrics touch on society’s addiction to smart phones and social media.”


Beauty School – “Nightwalker”

Country: UK

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “Yorkshire’s answer to Midwest emo, Beauty School reveal ‘Nightwalker’ – a deeply personal alt-rock earworm inspired by lucid dreams and hallucinations. Produced by James Kenosha (Dinosaur Pile-Up / Pulled Apart By Horses) the flowing wavy verses contrast a heavy, chaotic chorus representing the strange sometimes frightening experiences of vivid night terrors.”


Tidal Wave – “Sunbleached”

Country: Canada

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “This represents that feeling when you’ve been too emotionally invested in something happening in your life, and at a certain point you’re worn out from wearing your heart on your sleeve and feeling everything so deeply that there simply isn’t anything left to feel,” said Connor Young, lead vocalist and songwriter. “And in that moment, you feel like it’s wrong to not be as broken up as you should be, but the physical truth is that you can’t anymore because you’re so disconnected from it.”


Cosmit – “Cost of Breathing”

Country: UK

Genre: Punk

From the Artist: “Fast and frenetic soul-inspired garage punk from Bristolian five piece!” 


Everyday Fantastic – “Too Late”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “Too Late is about the inevitable passing of time. It’s about finding beauty and opportunity in impermanence.”


Walden – “If God Is Dead”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “What’s constant if God isn’t real? If love doesn’t exist? In an age where some question the very framework of reality, human connection remains undeniably palpable & incredibly precious. Evident in the earnest lyrics of “If God Is Dead”, the soothing harmonies and twisting melodic synths serve as a musical ode to this simple, yet transcendent concept.”


Wild Spelks – “Hail Mary”

Country: UK

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “Wild Spelks have returned as they prepare to release latest single Hail Mary. A song about religion, young love and drinking too much, the track is characterised by a bass-heavy, punchy chorus; a counterpoint to the downtrodden lyrical content. All recorded and performed by Sabiston himself, Hail Mary is a nod to Bleed America era Jimmy Eat World and Green album era Weezer. “