In The Spotlight

Danny Mellin – “His Favourite Sweatshirt”

Hailing from Oxford, this British singer and songwriter began writing songs at a young age, releasing his debut “Without You” at only 14 years young. Influenced by artists like The Beatles, Oasis and Sam Fender, he’s forged an unique indie-rock sound. He’s also a regular festival performer, opened for Little Brother Eli, The White Lakes and Jake Clemons and was featured on BBC Introducing.

Embraced by electrifying guitars and a vibrant beat from the start, his new single is an ingenious meld of 90s Britpop and modern indie-rock. Adding a vigorous pace to this upbeat tune, he sings about heartbreak and seeing the one you love with another guy. With expert story-telling skills and his riveting vocals riding the punchy melodic wave, this jam will soon be one of your favourites.

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Music History

Bucks Fizz – “If You Can’t Stand The Heat”

From their album “Hand Cut” (1983):

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New Music

The Killers – “Quiet Town”

From their album “Pressure Machine” (2021):

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