London based Keels aka Niall Keels is back with a brand new single. The rising singer-songwriter began to solidify his name with the debut track Surrender which landed on Spotify’s Fresh Finds playlist. Now, the UK crooner is taking it to the next level with the ready-radio pop track Prison Walls which has a big chorus and could find its way on top of the viral charts.
Drawing inspiration from Johnny Cash, Phil Collins and Bruce Springsteen, Keels just wrapped performing a sold-out show at London’s historic St Pancras Old Church.
London based Fred Page released the track Another Last Time, a potential mega-hit. His latest single was co-written and recorded with Joe Janiak who wrote and produced the Snakehips & MØ smash ‘Don’t Leave‘. It’s also the follow up to the last track ‘Concrete‘ which led to opening for George Ezra and EDEN and performances at Communion Music Night.
The British crooner is planning to roll out new singles with VIP’s attached including writer Blake Stranathan (Lana Del Rey), Justin Young of the Vaccines, and Nick Hodgson of Kaiser Chiefs.
Kings favorite Night Lights are back with a new track Good Better Alright which comes off the new upcoming EP.
The Los Angeles based indie rock act inspired by the likes of Mutemath and Two Door Cinema Club began making noise early in the year with the two track Childish and Take My Hand which earned them praise from EarMilk, PopMatters, Baeble Music, and Indie Shuffle.
Having landed on the Viral 50 Global and Viral 50 US Spotify charts, the 4 piece alt act which are made up of with members from Mexico, Japan, California, and Norway, are performing tonight at Amplyfi along with The Score & Faulkner.
A few weeks ago Noah Fence released the ultra-catchy tune Fences. Growing up listening to David Bowie to Edith Piaf, his debut single was self produced.
Now, the 21 year-old Australian just dropped another track ILWU (In Like With You) which centers around dating apps, social media getting, and the loss of human connection.
If these two songs aren’t enough, no worries. More singles are lined up for a release in the coming weeks while a full album is on the way.
Indie alternative 4 piece Bear Fight have released the new track Harlem. The song which premiered on Impose Mag and was produced by The Colourist’s Adam Castillas, is an ode to old-school Harlem.
Before moving to LA the band made a mark in Palm Springs winning Best of the Valley award and opening for acts like Fitz and the Tantrum. Now, having played more than 250 shows, the band is ready to give Los Angeles and taste of Harlem.