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London based Alice Pisano dropped a new track September. If you love gloomy piano ballads, give it a try.

Alice says: “I wanted to try and capture that bittersweet feeling that I always get towards the end of summer…and at the same time, the end of love, when you’re trying hard to forget about someone but everyone and everything reminds you of them”.

The track garnered several Spotify playlists editorial adds including New Music Friday, and was also played on Amazing Radio UK by Charlie Ashcroft on the audition show. She will perform Liverpool Sound City on the October 2nd and will support Astraea at Servant Jazz Quarters in London on October 14th. Stream the song on KOAR’s Indie Invaders Playlist.

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If you’re not convinced we reached a new era, then look at the MTV VMA ratings. Less than a million viewers tuned in and watched the debacle. The internet killed the video star. Oddly enough, Madonna opened the show followed by the usual suspects like Shawn Mendez, Justin Bieber, and of course the go-to rock act Foo Fighters.

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If any artist turned into a household name during the pandemic, it was Dua Lipa. The timing couldn’t be worse though – a party album dropping during a pandemic. Regardless, the British singer has dominated top 40 radio for nearly 18 months with top-shelf dance tracks.

She missed 2 years of touring and the Delta variant isn’t stopping her. She has a 2022 tour planned with Ceremony London producing and Live Nation promoting it. Dua Lipa will perform 28 shows in America and will include first ever headline shows at Madison Square Garden and The Forum.

“I’m so thrilled to tour again and see my angels in person! How amazing that we all get to dance and celebrate together once again,” says Dua. “When I was writing ‘Future Nostalgia,’ I imagined the songs being played in clubs on nights out with your mates. I’m so excited that this fantasy is finally coming true. I can’t wait to experience these songs with you together live!”

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It’s hard not to like Until I Found You by Stephen Sanchez. It sounds like a song that was penned in the 60’s playing on AM radio.

The 18-year-old singer-songwriter is based in Nashville and released the pop tune on Republic Records.

“When I met my girlfriend, Georgia, I was in the worst place ever. She was so loving and great to me though. I didn’t feel good enough for that, so I pushed her away. We spent some time apart. She was in Virginia. I was in California. A month before I moved to Nashville, we reconnected over the phone. I drove up, took her on a date, and we’ve been together ever since. I wrote ‘Until I found You’ to let her know how much I love her. And to let her know I knew how much of an idiot I was when I let her go the first time.” says Stephen.

His debut track “Lady by the Sea” has garnered 4M+ streams on Spotify and the follow up track “Kayla” was produced by Ian Fitchuk (Kacey Musgraves). He was scheduled to play the now cancelled Bonnaroo.

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Check out the mid tempo haunting pop song Catch My Eyes by Hannah Evans. You’ll like if you love Billie Eilish, Taylor Swift and BANKS.

Hannah Evans who hails from Brighton says this:

“This song was written at a time that was difficult for my mental health and I wrote it to reflect that. It mirrors my emotion of being drawn into the darkness but wraps it up in a nice pop package.”

The song comes off her forthcoming debut EP, out on Nov. 26th. A new single will be released every 4 weeks along with upcoming headline shows in Brighton. Her past releases garnered support from BBC Introducing.

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