We are dealing with covid, but we can’t forget the climate. Coldplay frontman Chris Martin announced that the band will not be going on tour until they can offer carbon-neutral concerts.
Unfortunately, tours produce a sizable amount of carbon emissions with trucks moving people and equipment across the world.
Right now scientists are creating a model that will help touring artist reduce their contribution to climate change.
Things will ultimately change when everyone in the concert business demands a climate friendly concert. I’m a bit apprehensive as covid became the main focus and the climate has taken the backseat. As the pandemic ends, artists, managers, and agents will want to hit the road as fast as possible to pick up the lost revenue, but I’m nervous the climate will not be in mind and it will be business a usual.
Check out the track Better by the duo Internet Raised. You’ll like it, if you love different. Inspired from Lorde to Lauve, BBC Radio dubbed them as one of the UK’s hottest Bedroom Indie-Pop duos. The duo says, “The track was written in the early days of lockdown 1.0, we were reflecting on mistakes we’ve made and trying to persuade ourselves we were able to do better when the track was made. It’s been such a difficult time for everyone, particularly people that struggle with mental health issues and we found it crucial to remain positive throughout”. Give it a stream on KOAR’s Indie Invaders Playlist.
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Nate Ouellete releases the uptempo track Hold On. Blending a feel good pop and soul, he’s influenced by Drake, Post Malone & Justin Bieber. It all began in his sophomore year when he began writing and connecting with local artists and producers and sharing song ideas. The NJ artist has 3 tracks on Spotify and is nearing 30k monthly listeners. Give it a stream on KOAR’s Indie Invaders Playlist.
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Rising artist WRENN found herself on the US Spotify Viral Charts this week after Blake Shelton tweeted her song.
The Los Angeles based artist grew a rapid following on TikTok after writing a song about her ex. In fact, she had audio of her ex admitting he was cheating on her.
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Blake shouted her out over on Twitter. “So the band leader at @NBCTheVoice is a guy named @paulmirk. He’s really talented blah blah blah… you get it. Anyway, his daughter just released a song that is EXPLODING!!! Get in the train y’all! Listen!!” he wrote.
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