Silent Season is proudly waving the rock flag with the release of their new track, “Hopeless.” Taking cues from bands like Five Finger Death Punch and Breaking Benjamin, the band delivers a knockout punch with their latest rock track.
The band has received support from stations such as Sirius-XM Octane, Music Choice, and Sixx Sense, and has toured with Sevendust, 10 Years, and Gemini Syndrome.
Jeremy Rae talks about the new song, “You may hide it well, but beneath the surface you are constantly under pressure, lost yet stuck, and wish something could turn it all around. This is the meaning of Silent Season’s newest song, ‘Hopeless’.”
Stream the track on KOAR’s indie invaders Playlist.
Who produced your latest material?
We went with a new mixer/producer, Nick Thurl Mavromatis from the band, October Ends.
Where do you find inspiration for your songwriting?
We’re inspired by real world events that go on around us every day. While we like to convey certain topics and deep meanings within our songs, we leave it up to our fans to create their own interpretations. CONTINUE READING
SOMOH, singer-songwriter Sophia Mohan’s project, explores bedroom-pop and alt-rock themes like love, hardship, friendships, and family. Her 2022 debut EP, ‘A Plan to Get Home,’ received praise from DIY, The Line Of Best Fit, and Clash, as well as support from BBC Radio 1.
She collaborates again with Irish songwriter and producer Joel Johnston (Far Caspian) for her upcoming EP, ‘Problem Child,’ releasing via his label, Tiny Library Records. The EP draws inspiration from Beabadoobee, Soccer Mommy, and Alex G, focusing on introspective and emotive explorations of life’s hurdles.
Praised by Clash, Line of Best Fit, BBC Radio 1 and 6 Music, Notion, and the Sunday Times, SOMOH launches her EP with a London headline show at The Grace on March 28th, followed by an appearance at Gold Sounds Festival in May.
Lily Meola hails from Maui, Hawaii. She started performing at local venues at the age of 11. Mentored by Bob Rock, she toured with Willie Nelson and appeared on his album “to all the girls.” She learned songwriting from Jackson Browne and has shared stages with Steven Tyler, Kris Kristofferson, Sammy Hagar, Alice Cooper, and others. She co-wrote a single for Andra Day titled ‘Amen’ and recently released an EP of bluesy, soulful pop songs.
Give the song a stream on KOAR’s indie invaders Playlist.
Check out the infectious “Big One” by Imogen Clark. Reminiscent of the 80s and pink neon signs, this song will transport you back to a time when days were filled with fun and chaos was lurking underground.
“I wanted a song that was intimate and vulnerable but massive, as big sounding as the feelings I was writing about,” says Imogen. “I wrote it with Sam Phay in Melbourne, and I came in with the idea that had been growing in my mind, this hunger to be the big one in somebody’s life, the love that stays in their heart even if the relationship doesn’t last”.
She has an Australian tour lined up with the duo BOWEN * YOUNG, accompanying her new album “The Art of Getting Through,” as well as a tour with INXS legend Andrew Farriss. Check the track out on KOAR’s indie invaders playlist.
Chrisos notes, “‘need me like i needed u’ is the intro track off my EP ‘all fades to dust’. When I made this song I instantly knew it had the dramatic and dreamy elements to be perfectly suited for the introduction of my project. I really opened up on this track and told a vivid story about my experience of losing somebody. It’s a personal journey that’s as real as it gets.”
He has already garnered global support from outlets such as triple j, V13, Edge Radio, Ones To Watch, Discover Nü (DNü), The Australian Music Scene, and many more. Christos has accumulated nearly 7,000 organic Spotify streams for his single ‘stranger’ from his latest EP. Stream it on KOAR’s indie invaders playlist.