London based duo Ferris & Sylvester, made up of Issy Ferris and Archie Sylvester release the music video for The Room. The video, which is a true standout, was shot in one room and follows the couple’s relationship over the course of a year. The folk pop single comes off their forthcoming EP.
The two met in London’s music scene and started writing together, then shortly catching the ear of legendary producer Youth (Paul McCartney/The Verve/ Crowded House). They recorded their first record ‘The Yellow Line EP’ with Youth in his Space Mountain Studios, Spain. The duo is set to perform at The Harrison (London) on November 11th.
UK-based singer-songwriter Lorne just released a remix version of his first single ‘Bread Alone’ by Bristol-based collective BOA. The track’s vocals and piano were recorded at The Pool Recording Studio by Daniel Moyler (Ed Sheeran, Half Moon Run, Mumford & Sons and Sons, Bjork). The Berkshire-born indie artist has headlined at The Troubadour in Earl’s Court, The Bedford and Notting Hill Arts Club. Check it out!
Los Angeles based dream pop duo Moxi released the new catchy track Dreamland. The track which is about alien abduction draws from pop, classic cinema, and 80’s new wave. The upcoming six-song EP which was written in a cabin in the mountains was produced by Emmy Award-winning songwriter Bobby Hartry and mixed by Bryan Cook (Radiohead, Beck). Additionally, the indie act has scored a number of TV placements, and hit over a million streams on Spotify.
The Long Beach indie act half•alive has released a new music video “aawake at night”. The latest track produced by James Krausse (Beyonce, Nick Jonas) follows the previous single The Fall which garnered 400k views. With support from KCRW radio and BBC Radio 1, their debut EP 3 has accumulated over a million plays on Spotify, YouTube, Soundcloud. On a musical level, think Twenty One Pilots meets The Neighbourhood.
Check out the new release Thinking Of You by PLYA. The electro-pop trio is fronted by Julia Sykes who moved around from Mallorca to Morocco before she headed to the UK, where she met the rest of the band. Additionally, Sykes has been awarded PRS’s Women Make Music Grant and a music video for the track has just been released.