Check out the track Half In Love by Erin Kirby. It grows on you after a few listens. Think Hailee Steinfeld, Alessia Cara meets Julia Michaels. I think she made it to American Idol Top 60. The Atlanta based singer songwriter describes herself as the female version of Lewis Capaldi or James Arthur. Here is what she says about the latest track, ““Half In Love” is written about being afraid to commit to a relationship! Maybe your ex still has a piece of you, maybe you are just nervous, or maybe you are extremely involved in your career. This song is something that everyone can listen to.” Give it a stream on Indie Invaders Playlist.
Look out for Kaylan Mackinnon and the track Roller Coaster. The Canadian artist was nominated for best singer-songwriter at the age of 10 and had a good run with the track Run that can heard on The Miracle Season (Helen Hunt), The Perfect Bride (Hallmark), Mighty Oak (Paramount Pictures) and the upcoming film Cats & Dogs 3 (Warner Bros). Her new track Roller Coaster is a uptempo fun song and a good track to dance to, by yourself of course. The pubs are closed per the doctors order so it’s dancing with a-myself. Check it out on KOAR’s Indie Invaders Playlist.
Check out Letter To You by Ohio’s Olivia Firman. You’ll like Olivia if you like like Ariana, Augeleria, and Aaliyah. She’s singer with a big voice, a broad range and sings with emotion. The singer songwriter released three songs the past year which you can listen to here. You can check out the Medium interview and get to know her.
Stef just dropped a new version of her song Sour which she retitled Sour Reimagine. It’s a good song so it deserves a remix. The first version is more europop while the second nears chill wave. But with a good song, it doesn’t matter the production. A good song can sound good in any genre . The 20 year originally from Alabama now resides in Nashville.
I really like this indie electronic track Elephant Shows by Ida Hansson. She’s a Danish/Swedish singer, songwriter, and pop artist. She combines electro pop and r&b. I’ll be honest, the Swedes are always the trendsetters and ahead of the music curve. Heck, maybe they got the virus figured out as they reported no new cases with no lock down following the same trajectory as other nations that implemented harsh guidelines. Now check out Ida Hansson who I just added to KOAR’s Indie Invaders Playlist.