Lee Cole’s new heartbreak track I Don’t Wanna Wait hit the South Africa’s Shazam Charts. The track also landed on Apple’s Heartbreak Pop playlist and Future Hits. The track has clocked more than 100k Spotify streams. I think Lewis Capaldi and Dean Lewis fans will love this singer-songwriter. Give it a stream on our Indie Invaders playlist.
Leah Kate impresses with the fun and upbeat track Bad Idea. Flying under the radar the NY/LA based artist has clocked 1 Million+ streams on Spotify, performed at both London and New York Fashion Week and garnered support from Clash, Dancing Astronaut, Earmilk, Ladygunn, and NYLON. Word on the street is the week Leah got fired from her job is when things started happening like landing on Spotify’s New Music Friday on Spotify. Give it a listen on KOAR’s Indie Invaders.
Look out for Elle Hollis because the 23 year old electro pop artist is onto something. For real, she released the infectious pop track Onto Something. Hailing from Netherlands her music leans more Scandinavian pop. Think Astrid S. She inked a pub deal with Warner Chappell and landed on Spotify playlists including Made In NL. Give it a stream.
Look out for Elias Boussinina and his track Pinewood. It will relax you. Think Maroon 5 meets The Weeknd. The Danish-Tunisian artist has landed on a bunch of Spotify playlists including Chill Hits. Again, I really like the track and now I want to visit Denmark because he says the country plays a big part in my music. Give it a stream on Indie Invaders playlist.
Digrasso, 24 year old Pop/EDM producer from Stockholm nails it with the track ‘Make It Last’. It’s pure pop ear candy pop. The track was produced and written by Digrasso himself. The inspiration for the song came from the 1987 heavy metal song ‘’Wild Side’ by Mötley Crue. I honestly can’t hear and similarities but if “Wild Side” birthed another great song, so be it. Give it a listen.