Check out East Harbor‘s new track “Exosphere“. Fans of folk-rock Americana and indie rock will love the blend of The Lumineers and Monsters.

Their latest release, Exosphere, sheds light on mental illnesses like anxiety and depression.

“It’s been pretty surreal, just the progress and everything we’ve made in the past nine years,” band member Robby Savage, who plays guitar for the group, said. “Life is good.”

East Harbor is a band from Florida’s Treasure Coast, consisting of Josh Dobson (Vocals), Robby Savage (Guitar), David Gonzales (Bass), and Cory Kouns (Drums). They started playing together in 2014 and have refined their style through numerous live shows. With their distinct and energetic vibe, they have become the ultimate party band in Florida.

They released “Lucid” in February 2019 and “R.W.I.B.” in April 2019, earning praise from fans and music blogs. In December 2019, they debuted “Highlight of My Week,” followed by “Miss the Old You” in March 2020.

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Check out Heather Sommer’s track “My Mind Makes Me.” It’s perfect if you’re in the mood for something fun and quirky, with a nice blend of autotune.

The track could be added to Spotify’s Chill Hits: Lo-Fi Beats, Indie Pop, Bedroom Pop, Study Break, and Just Chill playlists.

Heather explains the second verse,”The lyric ‘cause they say when you break just fill the gaps with gold like a shattered piece of glass’ was inspired by the Japanese artform of ‘kintsugi’. I found it incredibly beautiful. They repair pieces of broken pottery by using gold or silver, and in doing so it makes the piece even more beautiful than before. The minute I found out about that technique, I knew I had to put it into a song at some point and I’m so excited that this was finally the song it wound up fitting into perfectly.’”

Heather crossed the 100 million streams threshold on Spotify and has amassed an impressive 567K monthly listeners. Her latest release, ‘my mind makes me,’ is a powerful blend of emo guitar pop with a touch of raw emotions that brings back the 2000s vibes. If you are a fan of Halsey, Demi Lovato, or Avril Lavigne, then you would definitely love this song!

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Morgantown has released “The Door,” a dreamy and melancholic song reminiscent of 90’s band The Sundays. It’s perfect for a rainy day or for staring at a starry sky on a clear night.

The song could find a spot on Spotify’s Dreamy & Distorted Dreamy Indie, Dream Pop, Dreamy Vibes, and Dreamy Acoustics.

The song was produced by Dan Kalisher, a multi-instrumentalist who has worked with Noah Cyrus and Grace Potter. He also played pedal steel, bass, and percussion on the track. Morgantown is a duo based in Los Angeles, comprising Kendra Celise and Paige Shannon. Celise, who is from Covina, CA, has a background in performing arts. After years of honing her skills in Nashville and LA, her song “Worry Bout You” went viral on TikTok in 2022, garnering over 1.5 million views. Shannon, is from San Fernando Valley and has self-released several EPs. She won the Best Original Song award at the Queen Palm Film Festival for her composition “The Way the World Works,” which was featured in the independent film “Relish.”

Morgantown describes “The Door” as their pre-breakup song, delving into the complexities of love and the haunting realization that most relationships don’t work out, despite how much you sincerely want them to .The duo is working on their debut EP and playing shows in the Los Angeles area.

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Movie Night has released the radio-ready song “Something” featuring Tish Hyman. It’s a cross between Third Eye Blind and Charlie Puth, something they would create.

It would perfectly fit Spotify’s Indie Pop, Indie Pop & Chill, Happy Chill Good Time Indie, Bedroom Pop, and Indie Pop Rocks playlists.

“This song is about getting over it and getting on with it. 0:46 is where things get real, then 1:14 is where our feature (Tish Hyman) enters with pure soul. This one’s for anyone who feels stuck.”

Mike Squillante on guitar and vocals, Nick Squillante on keys, and Steve Ranellone on drums make up the NYC pop/rock trio. After rebranding and creating all new songs, they have gained a reputation as a solid band. Their repertoire includes co-writes and productions with Grammy-nominated multi-platinum producer William Wiik Larsen, who has produced hits like Nico and Vinz’s “Am I Wrong,” Kygo’s “Stay,” and Florida Georgia Line’s “H.O.L.Y.” They’ve sold out various NYC concert venues, including Rockwood Music Hall and Gramercy Theatre. While performing on stage, the brothers spend their time producing and mixing records for independent artists and major label acts such as Hozier, Akon, and The Night Game. Recently, the band has gained a considerable following on TikTok, with over 125K followers and has been touring colleges all over the United States, sharing bills with American Authors, Offset, and Tai Verdes. The band will be releasing new singles in the upcoming months.

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Sunset Station’s new song City Lights takes listeners on a sonic journey, evoking memories of The Church’s “Under the Milky Way”. The song is a perfect fit for Spotify’s Dreamy & Distorted, Indie Rock Chillout, Chill Vibes, and Dreamy Indie playlists. Hailing from Salt Lake City, Sunset Station blends dream pop, indie rock, and emo into a captivating sound. Frontman Jéan Castro explains that “City Lights” is the most Sunset Station song to date, as it combines elements from their previous tracks into one cohesive piece. Castro and the band’s drummer, Rylie Day, recorded and mixed “City Lights”.

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