Shoos Off – Future Heartbreak
Time to kick your shoes off and get down with this week’s favourite tunes.
First up is Los Angeles-based bedroom collective, Shoos Off.
Led by singer Patrick Killeen, these guys amalgamate synth sounds with delicate, upbeat vocals, in a modest manner.
Listen to ‘Future Heartbreak’ below.
Sounds like: The Knocks, Smallpools, St. Lucia
Sonata Kay Feat. Novo – Reach
Meet Sonata Kay, a London-based artist with a bright future.
Citing various influences from around the world, Sonata Kay likes to combine the ethos of a traditional singer/songwriter with electro-pop production.
Listen to dramatic ‘Reach’ below, featuring Novo.
Sounds like: Melis, Amethysts
ARIA – You Got Me Good
Continuing to share her desire for electronic, pop and R&B, London-based ARIA shares her latest single called ‘You Got Me Good’.
The track is about a darker realisation of relationship hardships, portrayed through atmospheric guitar riffs and vocal belt-outs.
Sounds like: Emile Sande
Margot Polo – Turn You, Baby
Halloween has passed, but we are still jamming to Margot Polo‘s spooky new single, ‘Turn You, Baby’.
Margot says that the throw-back number “is for self-professed werewolves and fans of Michael Jackson, Foster the People, Justin Timberlake, and The Killers” and we couldn’t agree more.
Sounds like: April Towers, Tame Impala, Vampire Weekend, CHAPPO, The Beatles
Kastrup – Try It All
You can really see why Kastrup‘s music has been described as creating arena pop.
The Swedish duo’s new single ‘Try It All’ definitely encompasses this, with its longing vocals and an uplifting children’s choir of a chorus to match.
It’s out now via Strandberg/ Westberg Music.
Sounds like: Imagine Dragons, OneRepublic, Twenty One Pilots