The track was produced by Paul Whalley ( James Arthur, Sigala, Cher Lloyd) and written by Jamie along with Whalley and Notting Hill Music songwriter Joe Killington (Avicii, Snakehips, Armand Van Helden).
“This track was another one born in lockdown just like ‘Say It Out Loud’. I was lucky enough to work with Joe Killington and Paul Whalley over zoom. It was one of those sessions that just worked and the song kind of wrote itself. I wanted a track paying homage to that special person that makes you happy and helps you escape all the things that are going wrong in life, but I also wanted a bit more of a summery vibe” shares Jamie.
The British singer has been supported by BBC Introducing, CelebMix, The Honey Pop and IGGY Magazine. He reached the Semi-Finals of Britain’s Got Talent in Series 11. He’ll headline Tyne Theatre and Opera House in Newcastle on August 22.
“Welcome to my dream world: French wine, Spanish food (lots of it) & vintage cars in the Californian sunshine!” shares the London-based Keane.
She performed alongside Tinchy Stryder at Live Fest at the O2 in London. She also performed alongside Ed Sheeran and Wretch 32 at Proud O2. Keane supported JLS on their UK ‘Farewell’ tour. Lastly, she performed at Forbes Magazine’s 30 under 30 summit in Israel.
Remember pop rock? I’m talking about acts like Lifehouse, The Fray, One Republic, and Imagine Dragons. They ruled pop radio. Today if they came out they would be labeled adult contemporary. The sounds of soft rock. Regardless, The Como Brothers are keeping it alive. They can be found gigging around Hard Rock Café and The Cutting Room in New York City. They’ve had songs featured on Keeping Up with the Kardashians, MTV’s The Real World, and The Oxygen Channel’s Best Ink. Stream the coming of age song Feeling The Night on KOAR’s Indie Invaders Playlist.
Will shares, “the premise of the song is around accepting change as a good thing. Forgiving yourself for changing. When I was younger I was surrounded by people at that particular time who seemed to resist any attempts I made to change myself – from the way I looked, to the views I had on life. Maturing and growing up can be scary but embracing the human you are becoming makes it a lot easier to be at peace with.”
The Melbourne based artists is the former one half of the duo SŸDE that became the finalist of triple j Unearthed in 2017 and going on to garner over 65 million streams as part of the project.
After venturing on his own he picked up support from Ones To Watch, Clash, NME, Wonderland, and Variance Magazine. His debut “with u in mind” clocked over 4.5 million Spotify streams.
Check out Holding Back Your Love by Kenyon France. The track is reminiscence of Bieber’s Lonely but more alternative rock. The mid tempo track could find its way on Spotify’s Rock This and New Noise. The singer songwriter grew up in North Dakota, moved to Arizona and plays in the band Verry Cherry.