New Carnival – Solid Gold
Bristol quartet New Carnival have just dropped ‘Solid Gold’.
‘Solid Gold’ a luscious indie rock ballad with a fiery underbelly. Much like the fascination of gold itself, the track draws listeners in, immediately turning them into a hypnotic state as lead singer Max Radford purrs “come a little closer, move a little nearer”.
You can catch them at the Omeara in London on 21 September.
Sounds like: Arcade Fire, Foals, The Maccabees, Coldplay
Mushroom People – Wisdom Talk
Mushroom People is a German electronic trio who all used to be in rock bands.
With some decent remixes under their belt (including XYLØ, NoMBe, Rainsford), Mushroom People have released their own track called ‘Wisdom Talk’, which sways more towards the contemporary pop sound than rock, although if you listen carefully you may find some powerful influences in there.
Sounds like: Salt Ashes, NoMBe
Swim Season – Collide
Melbourne-based five piece, Swim Season, share their most addictive track yet.
A synth pop explosion, ‘Collide’ invites listeners to join singer James on a journey of escapism.
Sounds like: Honne, ISLE, Skies, Two Door Cinema Club, The Wombats, High Tyde, The Griswolds
JOME – Crystalline
JOME is the project of Los Angeles-based songwriter, Jesse Marc.
He has teamed up with New Orleanian writer/producer Christoph Andersson (G-Eazy, Olivia O’Brien, Monopol) on ‘Crystalline’.
JOME explains, “Crystalline is a song about getting away from our modern addictions to technology and immediacy. It was written for someone really close to us who was going through a tough time, as a reminder that everything will settle in time.”
Sounds like: Washed Out, Summer Heart
Trevor James Tillery – Lonely With You
Nashville-based artist Trevor James Tillery shares ‘Lonely With You’.
It’s another enriched pop track with delicate production techniques that encourage new fans to take listen.
Expect his album ‘Together.Alone’ very soon.
Sounds like: Youngr, James Blake