Asha Gold – Passenger
Classically trained London-based Asha Gold releases her new single ‘Passenger’, one of the first songs she ever wrote during her travels in Europe.
It’s a freedom inspiring release, full of escapism, as Asha keeps on travelling forward in a bid to grow as an individual.
Sounds like: Nakala, Frank Ocean
The Endorphins – Parachute
Stockholm siblings The Endorphins shares ‘Parachute’.
A more soulful change in direction to their previous single, ‘Dead or Alive‘, the ’90s inspired R&B breaker was written about intensely falling head over heals for someone.
Sounds like: The Magnettes, Banks, Fabich, Pastel, Midnight Pool Party, Keljet, Caswell
Junípero – Want To
Continuing their quest to musicalise experiences and connect deepest desires, Mexican duo Junípero shares ‘Want To’.
Mixing dream-like melodies in a way that play with every sense, the well balanced folktronica-styled track is both multi-dimensional and atmospheric.
Sounds like: Beach House, Explosions In the Sky, Mogwai, Band of Horses
Maude Latour – Furniture
New York City-based Maude Latour‘s bubbly new single ‘Furniture’ is unapologetic as ever.
Written at the lowest point of a breakup, the song oozes bravery with an ounce of playfulness. This is her joyous breakup song, that she now shares with the world!
Sounds like: Caro, Chloe Lilac, Claud
Urchin – Break In
London-based jazz turned indie musician Urchin (aka Leo Appleyard) shares ‘Break In’, taken from his ‘Night Light’ EP.
Making his vocal debut on the left of the centre track, it features gorgeous, heavy vocal melodies that pick up some plucky UK-influenced electronica.
Sounds like: Kudu Blue, Kllo, Two Door Cinema Club, Von Sell, Ratatat
TALU – Take You Home
Local Crawley band TALU share their new single ‘Take You Home’.
Recording the drums in a warehouse and everything else in their living room and kitchen, the band captures the joy in everyday moments, offering a delightful slither of nostalgia that you’d desire from a modern day indie-pop band.
Sounds like: The Wombats, Two Door Cinema Club, Sea Girls, Bombay Bicycle Club, Hoofa
Alice MC – My Love
South London’s Alice MC shares her new single ‘My Love’, taken from her debut EP, ‘Storyteller’.
Despite her music fitting best within the jazz, soul and folk genres, Alice MC started by studying Opera at the Guildhall School. She soon realised her destiny was within the jazz worlds.
Sounds like: Laura Marling, PJ Harvey, Lianne La Havas, Beyoncé, Kate Bush