Cadenti – ‘Bleed’
After originally being a part of impactful group W O L F C L U B in recent years, Chris Paul Martin now introduces his Cadenti project with the soaring debut single ‘Bleed’. Taking cues from the likes of The 1975 and CHVRCHES for his initial effort, this rousing new release cements him as an exciting name on the rise right now.
Michael Blackwell – ‘Down On Your Luck’
Having already made a solid impact with a string of vibrant delights in recent months, London’s Michael Blackwell continues the support for his debut EP ‘A Trip Around The Sun’ with the shimmering new offering ‘Down On Your Luck’. Honing more of that riveting pop-rock aesthetic he is known for, he is returning to the fold with a wonderfully warm and inviting new release here.
Noah Solt – ‘After All’
After recently breaking through with his stunning debut single ‘Spheres’ in recent months, emerging singer-songwriter Noah Solt is back once again with his heartfelt new effort ‘After All’. Taken from his forthcoming debut album ‘Big Water’, this new outing makes for a beautifully sweet and tender listen from start to finish.
Velvet Two Stripes – ‘Boots Walkin’ All Over You’
Having already made a strong impact on the scene in recent months, Velvet Two Stripes now look to showcase their newly released studio album ‘No Spell For Moving Water’ with the swaggering new single ‘Boots Walkin’ All Over You’. With its broad and thunderous guitar hooks and pulsing energy throughout, they are returning with one of their most anthemic offerings to date here.
The Heroic Enthusiasts – ‘Tears Run Rings’
After recently delivering their take on The Pet Shop Boys classic ‘It’s A Sin’ earlier this year, The Heroic Enthusiasts are back once again with their vibrant rendition of ‘Tears Run Rings’. Originally recorded by Soft Cell’s Marc Almond in 1988, this new outing adds another shimmering layer to their already immersive catalogue of late.