“I am willing to soldier on and fight the voices in my head telling me I’m not enough because I know that somebody loves me, my heart, and even my mind” shares Dylan.
The singer songwriter cites Coldplay and Mumford & Sons as influences. He supported OneRepublic at the sold-out Stadium of Fire event in Provo, UT while releasing his first-ever original “Microphones & Lights,” and toured across the US and the UK. Dylan released the single “If That’s Alright’ that clocked over 20 million streams. He’s landed on Spotify’s Chill Hits among others.
Charlotte Sands releases the uptempo pop rocker Special. You’ll like if you love the 2000’s pop punk emo scene and some of the electro pop contemporary artists.
“This is a song about a guy I was seeing who, immediately after telling me how ‘special’ I was, told me that he didn’t want to date me and that we should just be friends. I drove home that night and started to realize how many times I had been called “special” over the years by guys that ended up not wanting to be in a relationship with me, and I wrote “I’m so sick of being special” in my notes” shares Charlotte Sands
The 24 year old first made waves in December when her previous song release Dress went viral on TikTok in December. The ACLU posted “Dress” as one of the organization’s top songs for 2020, and included it on their Year in Review playlist. She landed on Spotify’s Fresh Finds Pop, Pumped Pop and All New Rock.
Watch out for Chloe Gilligan and the new track Front Porch. It’s a piano ballad that shares the same vibe as Justin Bieber’s Lonely.
“Front Porch is about a perfect, rainy, whimsical birthday kiss I had on my twenty-second birthday. I wanted the song to really match the feeling of being whisked away in this unexpected moment. The classical guitar strumming combined with a haunting piano really set this perfect scene for a forbidden romantic moment at midnight in the pouring rain” shares Chloe.
She released her debut her EP Erase August in 2019 and was selected to play SXSW Festival. She performed at the Sundance Film Festival, and had song placements in the CW series All American. Give the song a stream on KOAR’s Indie Invaders Playlist.
Look out for Australia’s Aya Yves and her new EP “What We Look Like With the Light On.”
Her track (in)Sanity picked up more than 30,000 streams after receiving radio play on Triple J Unearthed. The track was produced by Xavier Dunn (Jack River, CXLOE, GRAACE). She’s performed for Isol Aid, The Tait Show, Marx Matinees and Live In Ya Lounge. She’s landed on Spotify’s editorial playlists including Chill AF, Pop Edge, and New Music Friday Australia. Give it a stream on KOAR’s Indie Invaders.
Lookout for the LA indie pop act Transviolet and the track Drugs in California. Fans of Sia and Lana Del Rey will like the latest track that looks at the toxic relationship between fame and adoration.
The band made noise when they released the track Girls Your Age which was tweeted by Katy Perry and Harry Styles. Garnering press from The Fader and Complex, they’ve put out two EP’s that had them collaborating with Sam Hollander ( Panic At the disco) and Andrew Dawson (Kanye West, Tyler the Creator) while supporting Twenty-one pilots, LANY, and Dua Lipa.
The latest effort was self-written, self-mixed, and self-released.