Look out for JERUB and the new song Feel It. “It’s a powerful anthemic reminder that you’re allow to Feel your feelings and be true to yourself” shares Jerub. The Nottingham artist released his debut single Paint Me Gold in 2019. Although a wide taste in music, he cites Ed Sheeran, Chance the Rapper, Adele and Jon Bellion as influences. He’s garnered supported from Dean Jackson on BBC introducing East Midlands and picked up spins on BBC6 Music. Give it a stream on KOAR’ Indie Invaders Playlist.
Cara Hart released a new track Juicy. Give it a few listens and you’ll like it more and more. Sometimes life requires more than 30 seconds of our time. The LA-based singer-songwriter originally from Barcelona broke on the scene with the song Breaking Habits followed by Glitter which was produced by Dwilly (Kiiara, Grey, NOTD). Give it a stream on KOAR’s Indie Invaders Playlist.
Growing up she listened to Florence + The Machine, Gavin Degraw and Lauryn Hill.
When speaking about her new single LOVA says, “I find myself often at parties wanting the ‘cool’ kids to acknowledge me but they’re too busy caring about themselves. “Dance For The Hell of It” is the realization their opinion is irrelevant and you’d rather have fun and dance in your own company.”
The 20 year is moving up the Swedish ranks. Following the release of her debut EP Scripted Reality, she became a blog favorite, the single “You Me and The Silence” totaled over 20 million streams, and she received a nomination of “Best New Artist” at the P3 Guld Awards. YouTube Music dubbed her an “Artist to Watch” for 2019.
Belgium based singer songwriter Hunter Falls released All I Never Wanted. Fans of Lewis Capaldi will like the mid-tempo piano heartbreak track. Having experienced different cultures, the brand new artist blends r&b, soul and pop. Check out the lyric the video and give it a listen on KOAR’s Indie Invaders Playlist.
“I didn’t want to write about COVID, so I decided to write about Finding Nemo” shared 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.