Leonie Prater – ‘Obstacles’
After cementing herself with her passionate debut album ‘Metamorphosis’ last year, emerging artist Leonie Prater is now looking to venture into the next era of her sound with the sweeping new effort ‘Obstacles’. With her warm and mesmerising voice at the helm, she sweeps and swoons her way through this heartfelt new delight.
Matthew Torres – ‘Could Have Told You That’
Following on from the release of his widely-praised ‘Ills Descent’ last year, which has already clocked up more than 150k streams since its arrival, progressive singer and songwriter Matthew Torres makes his glorious return on the soaring new single ‘Could Have Told You That’. Blending raw and cacophonous indie-rock textures with sweeping textures throughout, this new one certainly cements him as a entrancing name on the scene right now.
The Erly – ‘You’re Heaven’
With a sound that looks to revive the classic vibe of 60s and 70s funk and soul for a modern ear, Michigan-based outfit The Erly bring back more of that captivating style on their newest jam ‘You’re Heaven’. With its smooth and toe-tapping aesthetic running throughout, this new one will have you up and on your feet in no time.
Don & The Dreamers – ‘Something Else’
Formed from the legendary multi-platinum glam-rock outfit Slade, emerging group Don & The Dreamers look to revisit the classic toe-tapping rock n roll sound on the energetic new single ‘Something Else’. Jam-packed with killer hooks, enticing grooves, and sing-along vocals layered throughout, this new one certainly brings a smile to your face from start to finish.
Voodoo Bloo – ‘We’re Here Love Is Somewhere Else’
After cracking out a fresh and exciting array of cuts throughout the last few months, New Zealand-based alt-rock band Voodoo Bloo continue the support for their upcoming new album ‘The Blessed Ghost’ with their driven new single ‘We’re Here Love Is Somewhere Else’. With its raw and explosive direction, these guys have certainly captured the blistering intensity that their scene craves.