Looking for a calming and vibey track that connects? Check out Payson Lewis’ latest release, “Slowly“.

“We all have a tendency to protect ourselves, especially in matters of the heart (and art),” says Lewis about the song. “But this song is about being brave enough to let someone in, letting them come behind my defenses and take my fragile depths into their care.”

Payson, a performer residing between Los Angeles and New York, engages in both singing and acting. His presence has been noted on prominent television programs such as How I Met Your Mother, Revenge, The People vs. OJ Simpson, and the inaugural season of The Sing-Off.

In the latter part of 2014, he initiated a channel, debuting with a rendition of Taylor Swift’s “Out Of The Woods” alongside Rumer Willis. This collaboration garnered attention from outlets like Perez Hilton, Just Jared, and The Huffington Post.

Additionally, Payson is a fixture in the Los Angeles theater circuit, participating in numerous productions, culminating in receiving the “Best Leading Actor in a Musical” accolade for his portrayal of Peter in Bare.

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Check out Gabe Lopez’sHigh 4 U” – an addictive track that blends the vibes of The Weeknd and The Kid LAROI’s “Stay”.

He recently toured with Belinda Carlisle in the US and UK, hitting major venues like the Indigo at the O2 and B.B. King’s NYC. His music is on heavy rotation on Sirius XM Radio, iHeart Radio, and FM stations, including his recent tracks “End of the Lost Summer,” “Lasso,” “Vivian & Valerie,” and “California Blues” featuring Belinda Carlisle. His album “God Bless the Queens” made waves on iTunes, debuting in the Top 100 New Releases. Lopez’s pop-rock tunes have also been featured by artists like RuPaul’s Drag Race, New Kids on the Block, Joey McIntyre, and more

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Check out the sad pop track “Distract Myself” by Sophia Angeles. The song reflects on the feelings of trying to distract oneself with people and things to avoid the pain of a breakup. It’s an interesting track in the sense that you can either cry to it or dance to it.

Sophia Angeles is a rising pop singer and songwriter, who draws inspiration from Selena Gomez and Julia Michaels. With over 50 million views on YouTube and more than 5 million streams on Spotify, she is an artist to keep an eye on. Her latest single, “OUCH!”, made its debut on Spotify’s editorial playlist “Fresh Finds,” while her song “Miss You More” has already surpassed 4,000,000 streams on Spotify this year.

Give it a stream on KOAR’s indie invaders playlist.

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Check out Virginia-based Karina and her self-empowering track “Chains.” “The only thing that’s holding me back is the chains connected to my past,” sings Karina as she addresses childhood trauma. Fans of Olivia Rodrigo and Billie Eilish will embrace this song.

Karina says, “This song addresses childhood trauma and how we deal with it as we grow into adults. There are moments during depression where you’ll hate yourself and constantly put yourself down, but I recently came to the realization that it’s not my fault I am the way I am. I can only try to do better for myself, but the more you wallow in the past, the more guilty you’ll feel for being you. Trauma sort of feels like these chains connected to your arms constantly pulling you back as you’re trying to get better.”

Give it a stream on KOAR’s indie invaders Playlist.

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Check out Jordan Suaste and the introspective self acceptance track “Love Who You Want To.” If the world were to end, what would you do? He offers advice….

“Say today’s the day
And there’s an asteroid on the way
We should Say what we wanna say
Do what we wanna do
Be who we wanna be”

Having garnered over 600k TikTok followers, Jordan Suaste is a new artist who loves Sam Smith, Demi Lovato, and Whitney Houston. Instead of copying them, Jordan learned to be themselves and make their own music. Suaste believes in being honest and wants to make music that speaks to people’s hearts.

Give it a stream on KOAR’s indie invaders playlist.

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