In The Spotlight

Lauryn Macfarlane – “Friendly”

With a sound as stunning and captivating as herself, this Canadian singer and songwriter is a product from a community that made arts a priority. She’s performed all over Eastern Canada and also opened for acts like JJ & The Pillars and Kane Miller. Compared to the likes of Phoebe Bridgers and The Chicks, she’s ready to debut her luring storytelling skills while working on an upcoming EP.

Splashing onto the music scene with a powerful vibrancy, her debut single is a confident tune full of sass. Born from a writing exercise, it’s the mesmerizing rhythm guiding the alt-pop melody and the captivating guitar chords painting a sonic picture that give it it’s one-of-a-kind sound. And with her sweeping vocals effortlessly sliding from soothing to organically raw, this is a dazzling debut.

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Music History

Queen – “Back Chat”

From their album “Hot Space” (1982):

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New Music

Tones And I – “Fly Away”

Chasing her dreams with grandiose pop and choral flair, this is the new single by Australian songbird Tones And I:

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