UK 5 piece act Fling releases the track That’s Nice which could be this year’s indie pop anthem. With heavy support from BBC 6 Music and spins from Radio X and Beats 1, the band has become a household name. They’ve been on the road in the UK since September and October which finishes in York on October 25th. The latest single was released through the Leeds based music label Dance To The Radio.
The French Carribean Singer singer NyoMii releases the new catchy track Fokus with a music video to follow shortly. The track was produced by LA based, Grammy winning producer Brian Soko who has worked with Beyonce, Lil Wayne, and Drake. The 21 year old pop singer borrows from R&B, Dancehall and even Afro-Beat and her forthcoming debut EP will come out on Soko’s music label Young Global. Check it out.
Pop artist Sophie Rose who has been working with Steve Aoki, Charli XCX, and Louis the Child, has released the new track Two Young Lovers. The self produced song reveals the craftsmanship of the 17 year old singer-songwriter, who has written nearly 500 songs, and is signed to a publishing joint venture between Ester Dean and Dr. Luke’s Prescription Songs.
Indie starlette Lauren Ruth Ward delivers a new straight up rock track Well, Hell. If you want to stick out today, it’s good to have a good live show. That’s why the Baltimore native has been creating lots of noise. It’s her ferocious live show and the uptempo rockers. Lauren has garnered the support of Spotify’s “Badass Women,” LA Weekly, Galore, Wonderland Magazine, Jam In The Van, and Sofar Sounds. Having recently signed with Weekday Records, she has upcoming dates in SD, LA, SF, Portland and Seattle with Nicole Atkins.
Jacksonville based The Dog Apollo are making noise with their brand of indie-alternative rock. Falling along the lines of the Killers and Cage The Elephant, the band has performed on festivals alongside Fall Out Boy, Twenty One Pilots, Weezer, and Young The Giant. Having established themselves as headliners , the three piece just released a new single Pile Driver.