The latest edition of TrueStyleMusic’s Spotify playlist is now live, featuring 17 tracks from across the world’s best indie, rock and alternative up and coming artists, all discovered through Musosoup.
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Kicking things off is Sometimes by March Twenty-One. This newly formed rock band from London combine an 80s classic rock sound with elements of modern indie-rock. Taking influence from The Killers and Kings of Leon, this is one band you want to look out for.
This is followed by Idle Threats from Fur Echo. This track is taken from their latest EP, titled R, released at the end of July this year. This track talks about eternal and unconditional love through their unique indie style, making this another banger.
Next is Milking A Deadman by Alpha Signal. This Scottish based hard rock band combine influences from Biffy Clyro, Reuben, Jamie Lenman and others to create their sound. These guys gained a lot of popularity from playing live pre-lockdown, and released their debut single back in July.
Proceeding this is Can’t Win by Robi Mitch. This Dream-pop artist from Bristol combines summer psych with a touch of soul.
We’re So Sorry, the latest track from Sunderland’s NOYOU is next. This song is their 8th single release this year, and their brilliant combination of heavy rock and big synth riffs make this another perfect summer soundtrack.
This is followed by Easy by Props. Falling into a mix of indie and rock categories, this single has been making headway since it was released at the end of last month.
Next is Borrowed Time by Fly The Nest, the 5th single from this Dublin based artist, also known as Stephen Cooper. The pop-rock song tells the story of the journey through someone’s life and finding their purpose, one that really makes you stop and think about yourself. This is one I really hope to see live one day.
After this is Nothing To See by Chris Wise and The Hidden Revolution. This three piece from Manchester combines a mix of guitar solos and thoughtful lyrics, this is another band to look out for.
Following this is Rose Tinted Eyes by Seprona. The Liverpool based 5 man band have made a tune that should be added to all summer playlists, and another one I cannot wait to see live.
Kid Jupiter, an indie rock band from London, have their latest single Superglue on the playlist. Pre-lockdown, the band were playing lots of shows, including supporting Calva Louise at The Roundhouse. This latest single combines indie grooves and alternative rock anthems to make another track for your summer.
Next is We Could Start A War by Somebody’s Child. This is the second single off of the bands soon to be released debut EP – 20 something. The single has already been supported by radio 1’s Jack Saunder, among other stations, and looks set to be huge.
Mind>Matter, the newest single from Any Given Room, who hail from Little Rock, all the way over in the USA, is another anthemic indie banger. The different style of each band member combine to make a track that will sound brilliant when played live.
The latest track from Augusta Sky – Dreaming – combines elements of funk, pop and house to create an ultimate chillout single, one that I can listen to over and over again. This debut single should be leading the way for more new music released over the next year.
Lonely In Soho, the latest track from Singer/Songwriter Jonny Morgan. The soft drum driven single perfectly captures Jonny’s Indie/Americana style, and is another track set to go far.
Read more about Lonely In Soho here.
Next is Roll Of The Dice by King No-One. This three piece from York continue to emphasise their message of equality and harmony through their latest indie rock single, also their second release of the year. Sadly this year has meant no festivals for the band, but I hope to catch them at a gig as soon as it is safe to do so.
This is followed by Nightmare by BOCA, who come from the Isle Of White. The latest Indie-rock track from this three piece brilliantly capture their message of being lost, which has been reiterated by this year’s live music scene. Another banger and one to look out for if they are ever playing live near you.
The penultimate track of this edition is Elephant by Kern Parks. This London based solo artist has released his second single of the year, after making their debut in 2019. This indie-folk tune, driven by acoustic guitars and drums, explores the past, and that “elephant in the room that we all have”. This is one artist to look out for at the ‘sensible-Sunday’ style nights that you’ll see around London.
And to bring this edition of the TrueStyleMusic playlist to a close is Rising Up by Nomad Anthem. A high energy punk rock band from Newcastle Upon Tyne, their latest single is a love song of sorts, but one with a much deeper meaning to it. This song makes it the perfect end to the playlist, a song of hope among a dark time for the live music industry, something we all want to save.
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