New comers Lionfly Secrets, a five piece indie act from Sweden impresses with their latest track Epiphany. Their signature sound consisting of big synths, catchy melodies and a female vocal helped them reach the finals of the the popular Stream Your Dream competition in Stockholm and performing at renowned Live at Heart.
Kings favorite Club Drive has released the music video for the track Leaving and they announced a Spring 2017 headline tour which puts them at The Garage in London, followed by Manchester and Birmingham.
As I noted before, Club Drive is an unrestrained, straight forward pop band that has some classic Maroon 5 moments.
Having support from BBC Introducing, the London 4 piece performed on the main stage at Fusion Festival where they played alongside The Vamps and Ella Henderson.
The band is influenced by a wide array of artists. Lead vocalist Aaron Trowbridge notes, “In hindsight our parents actually had great taste in music. Everything from The Police, Phil Collins, Toto, Chicago & Prince to the likes of R’n’B, Garage and Pop-punk through our teenage years.
Austin indie act Night Drive has premiered their song Rise and Fall which comes off their forthcoming album due early in 2017. With love from Spin, Ear Milk and others, the dark pop duo are bound to make some noise.
Opening up for A list artists including CHVRCHES, Robert Delong and The Psychedelic Furs, the synth pop act has a reputation of a must-see-live band.
But it’s the backstory that is unique yet tragic. Co-founders Rodney Connell and Brandon Duhon met after a girl they were both unknowingly dating was killed in a car wreck. Having bonded over the tragedy, they began a musical collaboration and fate to its course.
Liverpool based Halem released the catchy tropical house Unstoppable. With support from BBC Introducing, Halem is buzzing which secured them an opening slot for chart topping artist MØ.
Having drawn comparisons to Gorgon City and Major Lazer, the electro pop duo which consist of songwriters Katy Bryson and Reece Cairns are known for their live show and neon lights.
Electro artist Couros impresses with the track Breath Again. The London based producer has worked with Rihanna and Nicki Minaj’s producer Parker Ighile while mastering and crafting his signature sound.
Couros describes his new EP, “I really wanted a big aggressive sound to combat a lot of polite music that we are (unfortunately) getting used to” and describes his writing process as pretty weird, “I make sure there aren’t many constants or habits, for example I don’t use pre-made drum kits or presets. It makes the first few hours pretty slow and I genuinely feel sorry for all the singers and artists I’ve put through listening to me build a synth sound or go through kick samples.”