Dublin based Bitch Falcon drop the rock track Prime Number. It’s really noisy and pretty at the same time. The three piece indie band blends rock, grunge, and pop. Think The Breeders and Wolf Alice. Lead singer Lizzie Fitzpatrick tells Kings, “It’s basically an apology song, for people close to me for being too self-obsessed and narcissistic to the point of pushing them away. It’s a nod to myself trying too hard to be cool and I’m probably better off just being plain ole me.” They will tour the UK with The Mothers Ruin Bristol with Haggard Cat, Drones and InTechnicolour. Give it a stream!
New Jersey’s Deal Casino dropped the track Cookman. The Asbury Park band are definitely solidifying their own signature sound coupled with strong songwriting. The track Cookman may be their best yet which pokes fun at pop culture with lyrics like “And on Cookman Ave, everyone looks like you, they got all the same cheap traditional tattoos”. The band will tour in November opening for the Wrecks and will play some headlining shows in December.
Kings favorite Night Lights drop the track Talk To Me. Once again, the Los Angeles band reveals they can write familiar radio hits. Featured on Indie Shuffle, NPR, BBC, and LA Weekly, the electro pop band is a shot away from becoming indie kingpins. They’ve also charted on Spotify’s Viral 50 Global and Viral 50 US. The latest song was produced by Brian Philipps (Walk the Moon, COIN). firstname.lastname@example.org
Electro pop artist Flavia released her debut track Hateful over the summer. The dark and haunting track was a good first single. Now, she just dropped the playlist-ready single ‘I Don’t Wanna Be Here‘ which is less dark and more colorful. Musically, Dua Lipa comes to mind. It’s a better track too. Before making her debut appearance at SXSW in 2018 and settling in Los Angeles, she spent most of her time writing songs in Italy and Ireland. Moreover, she opened up for Moby and has been performing at festivals. Lastly, she’s put together a hypnotic live performance. All in all, I like it, give it a stream. email@example.com
PANDA$ releases the track Every Single Night. Blending all the genres, the track sounds like a predictable hit. The song follows the previous track Love After War which is also pretty darn good. The duo which was formed in NYC remains pretty elusive. The duo notes, “The hope is that this dream of ours will inspire other people to do the same thing we did. Find out who you truly are and what you really want to do and do it! You got one life, don’t live it on someone else’s terms.” Check it out! firstname.lastname@example.org