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Oliver Anthony, the singer from Farmville, is gaining widespread attention for his politically charged song titled “Rich Men North of Richmond,” which has quickly gone viral with 8.5 million views on YouTube.

Recently, a user named radiowv posted an acoustic rendition of this blue-collar anthem on YouTube on August 11th. The video has already garnered over 8.5 million views at the time of this writing.

Anthony, a resident of Virginia, is striking a chord with fans over greed and inequality. The song’s lyrics capture the frustrations and anguish of the working class, vehemently opposing the avarice of wealthy individuals. CONTINUE READING

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Based in Nashville, Heather Cole drops a mid-tempo pop track titled “Whiplash,” which is both fun and infectious. Fans of Lady Gaga’s music will find it enjoyable.

Originally hailing from Kodiak, Alaska, Heather Cole has firmly rooted herself in Nashville, Tennessee, cultivating her musical career. Her achievements include being featured on platforms like iHeart Radio’s “Most Requested Live with Romeo,” as well as being showcased on Spotify’s New Music Friday and Pop Rising.

Heather Cole’s prior release, “All The Kings Men,” marked a pivotal moment in her musical journey, setting the stage for the eagerly awaited release of “Whiplash.”

Regarding her upcoming single, Cole describes, “The song delves into the whirlwind of emotions that accompany dating, capturing the contrast between incredible moments and complete turmoil, much like the sensation of being unexpectedly ‘whiplashed’ in a car.”

With over 1.4 million plays on Pandora and more than 600K YouTube views, Heather Cole has also amassed a TikTok following of over 120K fans.

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Pink Skies, the psychedelic-pop project led by ARIEH BERL, has just released their latest single titled “Butterflies.”

“The Tree That Broke The Cement,” an audacious album by Pink Skies, transcends the boundaries of traditional psychedelic-pop. Drawing inspiration from Tame Impala’s experimentalism and merging it with Jamie XX’s electronic prowess, Pink Skies elevates psychedelic-pop sound to a new dimension. This album balances between challenging the senses and soothing the soul, creating a sonic paradox. Pink Skies is gearing up to embark on a tour with the acclaimed Magic City Hippies.

Pink Skies has amassed an impressive 315k monthly listeners, thanks to prominent playlist placements including New Music Friday, Modern Psychedelia, Sunshine Surf, All New Indie, Indie Pop, Gorillaz Presents Cracker Island, Summer Indie, and Pollen. The artist has received press coverage from Ones To Watch, Magnetic Magazine, Earmilk, This Song Is Sick, Fashionably Early, Indie Nation, Hilly Dilly, and has shared the stage with renowned acts like Cannons, The Knocks, Neil Frances, Goth Babe, Tim Atlas, Del Water Gap, Day Wave, Boy Pablo, TV Girl, and Krooked Kings.

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EARTH2ZOE, an indie pop artist hailing from Toronto, has just dropped her latest track, “LAME‘,” which is sure to resonate with fans of electro pop. If you’re into Gayle colliding with the vibes of Billie Eilish, you’ll love the track.

Regarding her most recent single, earth2zoe shares, “The creation of ‘lame’ unfolded rapidly after I uncovered a painful truth. My boyfriend messaged me with a text that went something like, ‘Babe, I have this major business thing tonight, but I promise to make it up to you.’ Consequently, I found myself stranded at home on Valentine’s Day, consumed by boredom. It was then that I plunged headfirst into the realm of social media, doing what we all tend to do—scrolling through profiles. In the process, I stumbled upon the social media posts of a familiar face from my past. Astonishingly, a picture uploaded just five minutes ago depicted my boyfriend and this individual sharing a luxurious dinner at a high-end restaurant. Talk about serendipity, right? In that precise moment, fueled by a whirlwind of anger and heartache, I seized my guitar and commenced the composition of the initial verse of ‘Lame.’ In a burst of creative energy, I urgently reached out to my producer, and within an hour, the song took shape. Rather than firing off a message to my less-than-honorable ex, the lyrics flowed out of me in their raw and unfiltered form.” CONTINUE READING

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Hailing from New York City, the 22-year-old Zoe Ko has released her new single Rib Cage. The track follows Zoe’s recent hits like “Petri Dish” and “Fire Escape”.

In this track, Zoe delves into the theme of homesickness, not for a physical house but for a person who becomes a comforting presence akin to home. Having experienced frequent relocations and the upheaval of divorce as a child, Zoe associated the feeling of being homesick with individuals she cherished. Now, with a partner in her life, she explores the process of finding a home in someone else and how it has helped her reconcile with her past.

Zoe’s journey into music began as a source of solace during her childhood. Writing a song for her late grandfather and performing it at his funeral marked the turning point where she began channeling her life’s experiences into music. After years of exploration, particularly during the isolation of the pandemic, Zoe honed her craft and discovered her unique sound, influenced by artists like Gwen Stefani, Paramore, and Wet Leg.

Her debut single, “Line,” quickly garnered attention, making it onto Spotify editorial playlists, and she has since seen success with several other releases, earning spots on coveted playlists like Spotify’s New Music Friday and Fresh Finds.

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