Five For Friday – 8th July 2022

Five.others – ‘Don’t Say’

After establishing himself throughout the Toronto music scene with a varied array of other projects, multi-instrumentalist, producer and singer-songwriter Five.others is cementing himself on his latest gem ‘Don’t Say’. Lifted from his debut album, which is set to arrive later this year, his newest release is a strong and atmospheric return from this chameleonic artist.


James Marriott – ‘Grapes’

With more than four million streams to his name across all social media platforms, fast-rising artist James Marriott is looking to continue his vibrant form to date with the stellar new release ‘Grapes’. Channelling a fresh and upbeat indie-pop direction throughout, this new gem will have you pumping your fists and tapping your toes from start to finish.


The Sunset Kings – ‘One Man Army’

With a brilliantly diverse sound that dabbles in jazz, pop, psychedelica and so much more, US trio The Sunset Kings are bringing back more of that eclectic direction on the breezy new offering ‘One Man Army’. Opting for a more soulful and funk-filled groove this time around, their newest cut is a shining example of why so many are flocking to them of late.



After making a huge impact with a flurry of bold and exciting singles these last few years, Swiss-based artist USUALLY MODEST makes his electrifying return on the energetic new effort ‘Rude’. Brimming with a driven pace, killer hooks, and his instantly recognisable persona throughout, this new release is another fine example of his glittering sound to date.



Dylan De Bono – ‘I Can’t Say No’

Having already racked up hundreds of thousands of streams for his releases over the last couple of years, Maltese artist Dylan De Bono is back to his best on the stellar new offering ‘I Can’t Say No’. Brimming with raw and heartfelt emotion, coupled perfectly with shimmering pop production, this new cut will surely see him grow even faster in the months ahead.

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