‘Dorothy’ is another cheerful track from the Sunshine Coast’s Darcy Kate, fronted by an acoustic guitar in major key and the artist’s bright vocal.
Lake District-based Scottish artist Celestial North depicts euphoria and devastation in her folky dream-pop single ‘When The Gods Dance’.
On listening to Connor Desai’s new single ‘Some Time Ago’, we were instantly captivated by the unflinching honesty and palpable vulnerability that this singer-songwriter instills into every word and note.
Vintz Desert invites Laura Lucas onto his sweeping indie-folk single ‘Enemy’, a hopeful message for everyone.
From the first few lofi guitar strokes, we were hooked on the new single ‘Far From You’ by singer-songwriter Joe Johnson.
Analog guitar, upbeat drums and anthemic guitar come together in Ian Janco’s new single ‘Something New’.
A story of retrospection, introspection and potential growth arises again from UK project Almahata in their new single ‘What If Now, We All Change?’
Hailing from Dubai, Jonathan Lobo is a promising young songwriter whose single ‘Start Again’ is a reminder that life is to be lived.
‘Clouds Hold Up The Sun’ is comprised of upbeat piano, bright strings and soft drum pats then joined by Dean McMullen’s gentle and welcoming vocal.
Our other rescued gem from 2021 is Curse of Lono’s single ‘Ursula Andress’, which arrived in late November alongside the band’s latest album People In Cars.