Look out for Ellie Maybe & The Cancellations and the track Happy Endings. You’ll like if you want something hooky, poppy and upbeat. Think Tegan and Sara, Warpaint, and The Jezabels. The Nashville indie rock act skillfully put together a 3 minute banger that includes a violin, synth, and layered harmonies.
The band says “Happy Endings (Aren’t for Us)” is a song of commiseration, written for a close friend going through a really rough time. Even though the lyrical content is bleak, I wanted it to speak to the comfort of knowing we’re all clawing through this life uphill together—and in that, I think there’s a hint of hope”
The band landed on several playlists including 360° ,The Best Indie Music, Updated Daily, The Rock Workout – Rock Music For The Gym.