Latest in NOVACUB’s series of escapist indie-pop is romantic dedication, ‘This Is Forever’.
Freya Beer introduces her new gothic disco sound in ‘Honeymoon Eyes’, featuring cowriter and singer Tom Saint.
Halde beckons in a new age of her creativity with her new album, titled The Flow, which is the product of her solo project.
ACTRESE’s ‘Vivid But Vague’ is an effective twist on pop and a true representation of her self-coined style of “sexy envisionment of reality.”
Canadian indie-pop outfit Linebeck have distilled wishful thoughts in the suitably named single ‘In My Dreams’.
ICEBERG’s intimate track ‘Can’t Forgive Me’ with the warm, analog textures take the idea of forgiveness and turns it inwards.
Soaked in hues of amber and marigold, ‘Une Love Song’ is the blissfully amorous new single from French artist Tiphanie Doucet.
Natalie Holmes’ ‘Floating TV’ is the resplendent indie-pop single for wandering minds, inner children, and adulthood insecurities.
We are deep in the love feels of Calista Kazuko’s magical extravaganza ‘So Much Love’.
littleDNGR have just released ‘i love DANGER’, their angsty alt-rock answer to Bonnie & Clyde’s infamous love affair, with all its risk, pitfalls, thrills and climatic end in tow.