Based in London, this British singer and songwriter didn’t get formal singing lessons until she was 17, but found self-development was the way to go. Since then she’s lend her voice to projects of EDM producers such as Babert and AdamTwelve, as well as developing her own retro-touched pop sound. Influenced by Freddie Mercury and Christina Aguilera, she debuted with “Bulletproof” in 2017.
Inspired by 80s diva’s such as Kylie Minogue and Whitney Houston, her new single is a technicolor synth-pop feast. Originally written in 2015 and forgotten about, it’s the high-octane melody, fusing a catchy beat and glittering synths, that erupts from the speakers and transports her powerhouse vocals back to the neon decade. Punchy, anthemic and most of all fun, this jam is love at first hear.
Formed in 2014 in Vancouver, this Canadian foursome created a groovy indie-pop blend inspired by 70s feel-good tunes and contemporary pop. Consisting of Rowan Webster-Shaw, Ben Robertson, Alex Bingham and Sam Gray, they’ve toured all over Canada, but are touring the US in 2022. Influenced by Paul McCartney and Tyler, The Creator, they released their debut album “This Is Fine” in 2016.
Bring on the sun, let you hair down and let it flow freely in your roadtrippin’ convertible, because their new single radiates pure summery vibes. Influenced by 70s-styled songwriting, it’s the laid-back mood of the mellow drums, the classic Wurlitzer organ and the carefree vocals singing about the fuzzy feeling you get after spending time with your lover, this luminescent tune is never enuff.