Canadian indie-pop outfit Linebeck have distilled wishful thoughts in the suitably named single ‘In My Dreams’.
Edinburgh-based guitarist and singer-songwriter Cathal Murphy shares the poignant ‘Ever Since We Were Young’, the soundtrack to Amazon Prime’s Reavey Brothers.
ICEBERG’s intimate track ‘Can’t Forgive Me’ with the warm, analog textures take the idea of forgiveness and turns it inwards.
Providing us with the recommended weekly dose of hazy lofi goodness is the Canadian duo Soft Top Intrepid with their new single ‘Mirage’, and it’s just what the doctor ordered.
Introducing Harlow’s Monkeys, the project of San Francisco based singer-songwriter Tommy P., with his eclectic new single ‘Pleasure’.
Soaked in hues of amber and marigold, ‘Une Love Song’ is the blissfully amorous new single from French artist Tiphanie Doucet.
Not only is ‘Power Show’ a fantastic new addition to The Horn’s growing catalogue, but it also comes with the announcement of their first UK tour supporting Star Sailor.
From Paul Moody’s upcoming album project, ‘Time Bomb’ is the mellow acoustic track that grapples with the reality of connection and rejection.
Katie Keddie is back with a final recording and master of the very first song she ever wrote, ‘Comfort and Despair’.
For many people, donning that ‘Little Black Dress’ means stepping into a world of fantasy, where anything is possible. This is an ethos we can hear in The Isle of CC’s long-awaited comeback single.