Five For Friday – 20th January 2023

Alex Yarmak – ‘Roots Grow Deep’

With a sound that blends a raw and dynamic approach to the alt-rock sound with punk and metalcore influences thrown in for good measure, Ukrainian artist Alex Yarmak is back once again with the fiery new offering ‘Roots Grow Deep’. Cementing himself further with that bold and intense direction we know him for, he is making light work of this rich and explosive new offering.

 

Roswell – ‘Without U’

As an artist that is always looking to create something new and interesting with every release, emerging singer and producer Roswell is bringing back more of that distinctive sound to his latest belter ‘Without U’. Mixing raw and driven indie-rock riffs with a thunderous production throughout, this new one will have you pumping your fist from start to finish.

 

Vaughty – ‘1984’

Following on from the release of his highly-praised LP ‘Dark Society’ at the end of last year, emerging artist Vaughty is now looking to showcase his latest collection with the atmospheric new single ‘1984’. Teaming up with vocalist Cherry Ballard for the release, this sweeping new offering perfectly illustrates the passionate allure he has injected into his latest full-length.

 

Unfamiliar Things – ‘Most People’

With their eagerly-awaited debut album set to land later this year, LA-based outfit Unfamiliar Things are now looking to preview their upcoming collection with the vibrant new single ‘Most People’. Taking their cues from Death Cab For Cutie and Vampire Weekend with this one, this bright and enticing new gem is another fine example of their shimmering sound to date.

 

matt sak – ‘Ducati’

Having already cemented himself as a brilliantly diverse artist thanks to a rich and enchanting array of releases already, emerging singer and producer matt sak is back once again on the alluring new stunner ‘Ducati’. Matching warm and moving lo-fi flavours with a smooth R&B aesthetic throughout, he has created a sound that is simply too good to ignore.

 

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