This week we’re celebrating the return of one of the greatest girl groups of all time, and some quality new tracks from some of the upcoming greatest artists of all time.
DJ Spoony – Flowers (feat. Sugababes)
Six years after the original Sugababes regrouped as Mutya Keisha Siobhan, released sophisticated pop banger Flatline and promptly disappeared, the girls have reclaimed the Sugababes named appear on DJ Spoony‘s Garage Classical album with this cover of the Sweet Female Attitude anthem.
GRAE – Fade to Black
Tender in its honesty, GRAE opens up about the complexities of growing up with a parent dependent on alcohol in her latest single which folds together the raw emotions in poignant verses.
SHiiVERS – Crook & Flail
Following their relentless debut, Animalism, earlier this year, and an appearance at our first TRASH Live event, electro-pop duo SHiiVERS return with Crook & Flail – a beat led, vintage-synth follow up, with poetic lyrics and a toned down tempo creating another intriguing anthem from these ones to watch in 2020.
PACE – Hunt Me Down
We all need to occasionally indulge ourselves by delving into a moody ambience (extra points for staring longingly out the window on a rainy day) and PACE‘s latest single is the perfect soundtrack for doing so. Soulful vocals blend wistfully with floating melodies which walks the line between dark-pop and shoe-gazing indie.
Josiah and the Bonnevilles – Oh No!
The whimsical, acoustic riffs rides alongside razor sharp vocals in this warm and vibrant track which is the group’s first release of 2019.
The Modern Strangers – Pass The Lighter
After sitting in their demo pile for a while, Pass The Lighter is The Modern Strangers‘ next polished piece of euphoric indie-pop to see the light of day, and will be part of their upcoming debut headline tour, which begins tomorrow.
Fox Sinclair – Playing To Win
The LA based songwriter and producer is not one to rest on her laurels having released her debut single Soft just last month. With this latest track Fox Sinclair shows us her credentials with sleek, yet playful RnB beats as she in no uncertain terms tells her lover to step up their game.
Moyka – Circles
After releasing four of our favorite tracks of the year, Moyka collates them on all on her debut EP, Circles. The title track slows things down a little, but still features her iconic vocals – layered even more than usual for a gliding chorus – and mesmerizing synth hooks.
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