Written by: Charlotte Bredael
Sick of scrolling through Spotify hunting for the best new releases? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with our playlist platforming the new tracks that everyones talking about. Make sure to follow the playlist so you don’t miss out on our weekly updates and check out this weeks new additions below:
22 year old Singer/Songwriter Madison Stuart has won the hearts of fans in her hometown of Dallas, Texas and beyond. Her new single ‘Crush’ is perfect for fans of upbeat, catchy pop and Madison’s stunning vocals add a refreshing hint of a country sound.
Nana Kofi’s musical journey began at just 9 years old as a pianist for his church and since then, he’s drawn upon his drive and passion for music to platform himself into the industry. His new single ‘BlackLivesMatter’ is an anthem with an important message and impactful lyrics, all set to catchy beats that you won’t be able to get out of your head.
Indie pop artist Byron Langley’s new single ‘All My Friends’ is the laid-back, addictive hit that you need in your chill out playlist. With the perfect mix of dreamy vocals, edgy beats and catchy hooks this track gives major roadtrip vibes.
Bringing some effortlessly cool soft rock to our playlist we have The Lillys with their single ‘I Burn’. This tracks beautifully haunting vocals and atmospheric beats are sure to draw you in and leave you wanting more. The Lillys refer to themselves as ‘the band your mamma warned you about’ and if that doesn’t intrigue you, I don’t know what will.
Nashville based Dae Marie draws mainly on her own experiences to create relatable earworms about love, life and everything inbetween. Fans of Halsey, Lana Del Rey and Dua Lipa will fall in love with Dae’s catchy pop sound which is perfectly complemented by the smooth vocals contributed by Sansol the Artist, who features on the track.
Last, but by no means least we have ‘Until Tomorrow’ from The Sleepless Elite. If you’re looking an indie summer anthem, look no further than this track’s dreamy vocals, relaxed beats and punchy choruses.