Jont’s “I Think It Could Be Possible” has a message I love, especially right now: “all of us together can change the way the world works.”
“Set Free” is Oliver James Brooks’ second new single, and it’s a bluesy take on these modern times that don’t always feel very natural.
“Bittersweet” by Roman Tragedy is one of the most addictive indie pop songs I’ve heard so far this year. The song has a fantastic beat, with soaring harmonies, and guitar riffs for days.
Emma Beckett’s “Little Ways” is the sugary sweet love song for your next drive, and it’s so good, I can’t wait to hear what comes next from the singer.
Opus Orange’s “Take Another Step” is dreamy, indie pop that stuck with me from the first time I heard it. It’s beautifully infectious.
Are you ready for a “Good Example”? R3HAB and Andy Grammer teamed up for the track, and given the world today, there are a few ways you could take the single.
Toledo’s “Lovely” is the definition of low-key jubilation. The track is a moodbooster that sounds like sunshine in the woods. It’s calming, bright, and I may just start waking up to this track to get my day started right.
Mia Sayoko’s “Die Alone” is a self-love song; a ballad for yourself when the people in your life don’t come through.
Take a trip to “Miami” with up-and-coming artist Erik Frank, and his incredible single that’s equal parts R&B, and indie pop.
The Ivy’s “Missing Out” has the vibe I needed this week. Mixing indie pop rhythms and vocals with a fun electro pop beat, the single is frankly the perfect retro blend of happy and sad.