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“A rare instance of credibly modern pop… an impressive batch of songs teeming with hooks and personality.” Los Angeles Times
New York-raised, Los Angeles-based rising indie-pop songstress Carly Rose drops her provocative next single, Change My Mind. The upbeat alt-pop anthem balances the complexities of adolescence with a celebratory energy, reminding listeners that life is messy but fun. Click HERE to listen.
Carly added about the track, “Change My Mind is about when you make the hard realization that there are certain things about yourself that you just cannot seem to shake as hard as you might try. Nobody is perfect, and this song explores the most dysfunctional and destructive parts of who I am in the best way I know how–bitter sarcasm and self-deprecation.”
Change My Mind follows the release of Carly’s successful debut EP WILD, which was hailed as “empowering” and “a compelling EP with strong emotions and Lana Del Rey vibes,” and was featured on playlists such as Spotify’s New Music Friday and Fresh & Chill.
At just 13 years old, Carly rose to fame on the X Factor’s second season, placing 2nd on the show…the youngest finalist in the show’s history. With a recording contract at her fingertips, she chose to take a step back from the industry, not wanting to become the typical reality TV-manufactured instant pop star.
The years of incubation have paid off as Carly emerges as one of the most refreshing and fully formed young artists – wise beyond her years, with an unexpected soul in her voice that cuts right through an oversaturated insta-pop music industry. Writing all of her own songs, Carly offers commentary on weighty topics such as drug addiction and lost youth yet packages it in a way that is accessible to a wide range of listeners. Listen once and you might hear a fun song to jam to. Listen deeper and you could find yourself contemplating some of life’s most topical and challenging issues.
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Following the release of their latest album Chip Chrome & The Mono-Tones, The Neighbourhood has delivered a new visual for album track “Hell or High Water” today – check it out HERE. Speaking about the song, Jesse Rutherford says: “Watched Spongebob in the morning, Walk Hard in the afternoon & wrote Hell or High Water in the evening.”
As teased in the video, the band has unveiled several new merch items today for Black Friday, including Chip Chrome & The Mono-Tones-inspired jackets, slides, lunchboxes, boxers and more. Fans can head on over to their website to grab their very own Chip Drip during their biggest sale ever.
The Neighbourhood also recently revealed on social media that they will soon release the deluxe edition of Chip Chrome & The Mono-Tones. The new album will feature all 11 tracks from the original release plus 4 brand new songs, and is set for release on December 11 via Columbia Records.
Duncan Laurence teams up with Capitol Records label mate FLETCHER on a poignant new version of his global hit, Arcade. Download / stream Arcade ft. Fletcher HERE. In the cinematic lyric video, Laurence descends to the depths physically and emotionally and emerges with fresh hope. View HERE.
Laurence won the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 with Arcade. His performance of the song at the competition was hailed as “powerful” by The New York Times and “haunting” by The Guardian. Arcade which has amassed more than 250 million combined global streams took the No. 1 spot on Spotify’s Global Viral chart last year and has since received radio airplay in 58 countries. The track recently went viral on TikTok following its use in the Dracotok meme, which pairs Arcadewith a deleted scene from a Harry Potter film.
Arcade appears on Laurence’s debut album, Small Town Boy, which was released earlier this month by Capitol Records. Throughout the album, his powerful, expressive tenor flows from a gentle whisper through fluttering falsettos to a full-blown force. But the scope of the music never overpowers the intimacy of the stories Laurence tells.
“I see music as a platform to tell stories that might be a bit sad, but always have this hopeful ending or hopeful core inside of them,” Duncan Laurence says. “I think trying to see the positive in something negative gives you a certain strength through life.”
Combined global streams of Laurence’s songs are approaching 300 million, including over 25 million for the anthemic Love Don’t Hate It. Prior to the global pandemic, Laurence played the prestigious Pinkpop Festival and over 30 European headline shows.
FLETCHER praised by leading outlets like TIME, Wonderland, V Magazine, Nylon, Harper’s Bazaar, Interview Magazine, GQ, The Guardian and more hails from Asbury Park, NJ, where she cultivated her passion for music and unforgettably candid storytelling. After graduating from NYU’s famed Clive Davis Institute for Recorded Music, FLETCHER carved out a distinct space for herself in pop music with her 2019 debut EP you ruined new york city for me (Capitol Records). The EP featured her breakthrough hit Undrunk, a track that spent several weeks on the Billboard Hot 100, scored the #1 spot on Spotify’s Viral Chart and emerged as the fastest-rising song at pop radio from a new artist in the past five years.
Since arriving in September 2020, FLETCHER’s new EP, THE S(EX) TAPES, hit No. 1 on iTunes across all genres and has earned critical acclaim from Teen Vogue, SPIN, PAPER and many other outlets. Her new single, Bitter, a collaboration with Billboard-charting artist Trevor Daniel and produced by Kito (Diplo, Empress Of, Aluna George), has amassed over 70 million global streams to date.
The multi-awarded Mexican artist and performer Joss Favela, announces the release of his new song Tu y yo, which premieres together with its official music video, available as of today on all digital platforms, including YouTube.
Living in a toxic relationship is, unfortunately, very common these days. Love stories have many ups and downs, and Mexican-singer-songwriter Joss Favela is here to tell you all about his new song “Tu y yo”, tells a heartbroken story from his own authorship which explains how “there is only one step from love to hate.”
Tu y yo comes off the most recent studio album by Joss Favela “llegando al rancho,” a romantic material with which the multi-awarded composer and Latin Grammy Nominee has been able to tell amazing, charming and at the same time heartbreaking love stories with his undeniable professional and characteristic Sinaloan- band sound.
Favela’s new song shows the performer living a love story based on emotional instability. The song of its own inspiration shows through its official music video the dramatic story of a couple that finds themselves caught up in a toxic back and forth dynamic, which leads to an inevitable routine.
“Tu y yo” releases together with its official music video, which puts in images the feelings of Joss Favela. The video was recorded in the city of Monterrey, under the direction of Shio Flores and Luis Torres, with the production of Latin Power Films.