In The Spotlight

Walk Off The Earth – “Fifth Avenue”

This cheerful Canadian quintet first formed in 2006 making cover versions of songs in their own distinct style. In 2012 a cover of Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used To Know” went viral and got them noticed worldwide. They’ve toured extensively across the globe, had their songs featured in several TV-shows, won a Juno award in 2016 and performed during the NFL half-time show this year.

With their ode to New York City, they’ve created a gleeful, upbeat piece of pop paradise on their latest single. Some joyous whistles and a playful rhythm kick off the feelgood vibe, which flourishes as the song gains pace. A cheery piano, exuberant vocal harmonies and authentic city sounds, make this jovial arrangement a blissful, euphoric pop anthem with an infectious melodic energy.

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Music History

Katrina & The Waves – “That’s The Way”

From their album “Break Of Hearts” (1989):

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New Music

The Next Movement – “Free Your Mind”

This is the new single by Swiss funkmeisters The Next Movement:

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