If you love Coldplay you’ll like Tors. Their latest track is an earworm. The Devon based trio will support Walking on Cars on their UK/European tour.
Press: Clash Magazine, Ear Milk
Streams: one million+ Spotify Streams with Wild Days and Hold Me.
Radio: BBC Introducing, 6 Music
Performances: Sold out headlining show at The Waiting Room, supported Brit Award winner Tom Walker.
Look out for Los Angeles alt-pop singer-songwriter BAUM and her new single “F–boy‘. Still unsigned, she sounds seasoned and the track is radio-ready. Here is the latest video which was directed by Marcella Cytrynowicz who has worked with Snoop Dogg and Nike.
Press: Billboard, Paper, Nylon, Galore, and Fader
Streams: Hot Water has over a million streams on Spotify.
YouTube: brand new video for F–boy has clocked 14k views within a week.
Fresh-on-the-scene Laur Elle hails from Alberta and releases the new synth-electro track Just So You Know. Her debut track “Leave This Town” has clocked over 140,000 streams on Spotify landing #23 on the Canada Viral 50 charts.
Playlists: New Music Friday Canada, Indie Pop Chillout and New Music Now.
Press: Gems & Secrets, B-Sides & Badlands, Music Injection.
Radio: Medicine Hat’s MY96 FM station Fresh Five #1 Single.
Socials: Instagram 100k
Look out for the club-dance track Play by Betta Lemme released via Ultra Music. This time she enlisted co-writers Jesse Saint John (Britney Spears, Charli XCX) and Danny L Harle (Carly Rae Jepsen). Press includes: Nylon, Paper, L’Officiel. Her debut track “Bambola” charted worldwide and has amassed over 50 million views on YouTube. Having performed popular Italian festivals Wind Summer Festival and Battiti Live, she’s active on the live circuit. Check out the official video.
Kings favorite Sleeplust releases a new track title Real Me. A regular on Kings, the LA based indie act continues to pump out notable tracks. Music placements include Ball in the Family, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Total Bellas, and The Real World. They will begin a June residency at The Satellite in Los Angeles – every Monday. The band tells Kings, “When we wrote this song, I hadn’t felt like myself in awhile. People are constantly growing and evolving into various versions of themselves. “The Real Me” hints at reaching out for my truest self for guidance in a moment of darkness and frustration. I know the person I’m capable of being and sometimes we as humans lose sight of who we are or what we need. We get so caught up in trying to protect ourselves, that it can do more harm than good.”