Watch out for Silvertone Hills and the new song “Free Me.” Reminiscent of early 2000s pop and alternative rock from the underground scene, the new release is part of the deluxe version of Silvertone Hills’ debut LP, “Limits.”

The band says, “Free Me almost started out as a joke lyrical exercise just to get the words flowing, talking about getting frustrated during lockdown “we never could’ve seen it,” etc. Once I started getting deeper into it, it become more of an anthem for escape, from personal burdens and learning to let go. Like most of our songs, we try and make a catchy/melodic resolve in the chorus, so you can really feel the frustration boiling over by the time Liam belts the chorus.”

Silvertone Hills released their first album, “Limits,” on October 20th. The album showcases the band’s diverse influences, ranging from ‘90s British melodies to ‘60s ballads with some psychedelic twists. The songs are short, well-produced, and feature memorable melodies with elements like guitars and synthesizers. The lyrics cover themes like defiance in the rock songs, love in the pop tunes, and reflections on faith and morality in the moody ballads.

Producer Zach Gerber, known for his work with Walk off the Earth and USS, helped the band select their best material from nearly 40 songs. The tracks are concise, leading quickly to the chorus, making you want to hit replay. The album has already been featured on Spotify’s “Ready to Rock” playlist, played on campus radio stations across Canada, and covered by Exclaim!, The Edge, and more.

      MORE Indie Invaders / POSTED BY: KINGSOFAR

Check out PrettyUgly’s latest track “LALALA” for a burst of attitude. It’s like Billie Eilish meets Lorde. Produced by Liam Jones (The Line) and mixed by Mark Needham (Fleetwood Mac, The Killers, Elton John).

Meet Pretty Ugly, a newly announced three-piece outfit that brings a bit of rebellion to their music. Comprising former solo artist PARKER (Parker Goff Chrisbens), along with her bandmates and producers Joey Cavallo and Quinn Smialek, Pretty Ugly makes a strong debut with their first official song, “Eat My Words.”

With influences from artists like Radiohead, No Doubt, Miley Cyrus, and Lorde, Pretty Ugly aims to become the next big thing. Their indie pop-rock sound and energetic performances have quickly gained recognition.

Their latest release, ‘LALALA,’ is described by the band as “a multi-genre exploration of feeling bored and stale when everything is stable and going well, and instead being drawn to trouble and yearning for a toxic, complicated relationship that promises chemistry and excitement.” Give it a stream on KOAR’s indie invaders playlist.

      MORE Indie Invaders / POSTED BY: KINGSOFAR

Put Movie Night on your radar with their latest release, “The Best.” They create well-crafted uptempo pop songs, and this newest release lives up to their previous hits. Reminiscent of early 2000s alternative, fans of Drive!Drive!, Heart Of Gold, BOYS LIKE GIRLS, and Yellowcard will enjoy it.

Meet Movie Night, a NYC pop/rock trio featuring Mike Squillante (guitar/vocals), Nick Squillante (keys), and Steve Ranellone (drums). Formerly known as Running Lights, they’ve rebranded with new songs. The brothers, juggling both stage and studio, have sold out NYC venues and worked with Grammy-nominated producer William Wiik Larsen. They produce for indie and major acts like Hozier. Growing a TikTok following of 125K+, they’ve toured colleges nationwide with artists like American Authors. Stay tuned for their upcoming singles! Check out the “The Best” on KOAR’s indie invaders Playlist.

      MORE Indie Invaders / POSTED BY: KINGSOFAR

Keep an eye out for Dylan Galvin and his track ‘How to Write a Pop Song.’ Drawing inspiration from classic pop, the song is a clever blend of George Michael and John Mayer vibes with a touch of 80’s synth-pop. It serves as a satirical take on the music industry in 2024, playfully poking fun at the predictability of today’s top 40 hits. Adding to the intrigue, it seems like Carlos Santana makes a special appearance in the song.

The track could easily find a home on Spotify’s Pop Rising and Pop Sauce playlists.

Dylan says, “If you think too hard, you will get it wrong, you got to stay nice and stupid, if you wanna write a pop song”

Dylan Galvin, known for his successful EPs and mentorship by Paul Simon at Berklee College of Music, contributed to the score, sound design, and voice overs for the documentary “The Essential Church.” The documentary reached #1 in the Apple TV store’s “documentaries” category. The Daily Vault notes that Galvin’s music, whether lively or thoughtful, comes straight from the heart. CONTINUE READING

      MORE Indie Invaders / POSTED BY: KINGSOFAR

Watch for yergurl’s song “Courtship.” It’s dreamy, atmospheric, and perfect for Spotify’s Chill Vibes Playlist.

Yergurl, a 21-year-old artist from Bendigo, makes pop beats in her bedroom. Her music reflects her experiences as a rebellious teen, exploring emotions with raw and honest lyrics. Drawing inspiration from various genres and artists like The 1975 and Lana Del Rey, she gained recognition as a Triple J’s Unearthed High Competition finalist in 2018. Yergurl has sold out headline shows, shared the stage with artists like G Flip and Wafia, and performed at festivals like Groovin The Moo. Her debut EP, Love Bite, and the single ‘until we meet again’ showcase her sincere songwriting. In 2022, she introduces a new era with the single and video ‘PUPPY DOG,’ featuring energetic rap-inspired vibes. Check it out on KOAR’s indie invaders playlist

Recent Posts
  • Locked in Lummo Releases New Track: A Nod to 90’s Alternative Rock
  • Seraphina Rose Releases New Track Devil’s Heart
  • Bailey And The Bad Habits Drop New Song: ‘Lessons Learned’ – A Rock Anthem on Relationships!”
  • Estella Dawn Releases New Track ‘Big Enough’ Reflecting on Toxic Relationships
  • Emerging Country Artist Montana Dane drops ‘Something I Need
  • Tiana Green Drops New Track Still Young
  • Experience the Electro-Blues Fusion: Rexford’s ‘Are You Gonna Be a Man’”
  • Ocean Child’s Marco Landaverde Drops Dreamy Indie Track ‘Sun
  • Grippa Says ‘Love Is All You Need’ in Latest Hit, ‘Love It Enough
  • Discover Jesse Detor’s ‘Hollywood’: A Nod to 90’s Indie Rock”
  • Listen Up: Maggie Ries’ ‘Pretty’ Challenges Beauty Standards
  • Discover CARR’s Latest Track “Hot Dad” Featured on Spotify’s Fresh Finds Playlist and Potentially Your Favorite Alt Rock Playlists
  • Eye Candy’s Latest Track ‘Don’t Mind Being Alone’ Brings Raw Dreamy Vibes to Indie Scene”
  • Gold Stars For Everyone Releases Electro Indie Track ‘Parallax
  • Halover’s Mid-Tempo Track ‘City Lights’: A Late-Night Summer Anthem with Dreamy Vibes
  • Singer-Songwriter Natalie K’s Latest Track ‘Dance With Me’ Sets the Mood with Chill Vibes and Catchy Beats
  • Girlfriends and Boyfriends Release ‘Lovers in a Dangerous Time’: A Fusion of 90s Alternative and Modern Sounds
  • Luke Whalen Drops Debut Album Going Through thEmotions
  • FlowFanatic Bares Vulnerability in Latest Track ‘Dumb & Young’
  • French Artist Martin Oh’s Feel-Good Track: ‘Can’t Leave You Behind
  • Thunder Jackson Drops Steady Freddy: A Haunting Melody of Broken Vows
  • Laila Releases ‘I Hope It Kills You’: A Surprising Revenge Ballad
  • Brooke Drops Uptempo Electro Rocker ‘All I Ever Wanted’
  • Sea Girls Reach Pop Perfection with New Track ‘Midnight Butterflies
  • Brian Walker Drops New Breakup Song Dear Jane
  • Flora Cash soars with their latest release, “Dragon”
  • Alex McGarry yearns for simpler days in the song “Petals.”
  • The Bogmen Return with ‘In My Kingdom’: First Single from Highly Anticipated NYC Band’s Album in Over 25 Years”
  • Keep an Eye Out for Molly Rose Hansen’s Raw and Intimate Track, ‘Isolated’”
  • Lily Lane’s Fiery New Ballad ‘Burn It Down’ Leaves No Prisoners
  • Follow







    Daily Readership

    Copyright 2024 Kings of A&R     Website Design by PaleBird