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OUR NEW FAVOURITES | Playlist Update

September 16, 2023

Article by Emmi Sollie

take me out of here (EP) / senses

The debut EP from LA-based pop rock band senses is out now. The trio cultivate a unique pop-rock edge by utilising dark synths, driving guitars, pounding drums and unique storytelling. senses are currently supporting Leah Kate on her North American tour, and we had the pleasure of chatting with them last week – read our interview here.

Hall Of Fame / Peder Elias

Norwegian artist Peder Elias won Best Pop Artist at the Genie Awards in South Korea last year, the International Sucess award at the Norwegian Grammys in April, and Artist of The Year earlier this month at KKBOX Music Awards in Taiwan. His new song, Hall Of Fame, is exploring the success he's had and everything that comes with it – both good and bad. "It's not exactly a song complaining about the bad sides, but rather a reminder that everything isn't always as it seems. Everyone, no matter how successful they may appear to be, have their ups and downs," he shares. Watch the lyric video here, with a little message from Peder in the beginning <3

Greatest Hits 2.0 (Guest Features Edition) (LP) / Busted

English pop-punk band Busted have re-recorded and re-released some of their greatest hits, but with guest features. Among the artists featured are Jonas Brothers, Simple Plan, The Vamps, All Time Low, Busted, Neck Deep, Hanson, You Me At Six, McFly... I'm sure this album brings nostalgia for everyone who grew up listening to Busted (and any of the featured bands for that matter) in their early teens.

MONO (LP) / K.Flay

The new full-length album from K.Flay is here. The album explores an entire spectrum of existential questions and complex matters of the heart and mind. In support of the new album, K.Flay is going on a headlining UK/EU tour (see dates here). In addition to the album, the music video for Punisher has also been released; a song that gives the LP formidable momentum as she bluntly confesses to her self-chastising tendencies in the track singing: "Nobody knows how to punish me like me." Watch the video here.

Paranoia / Rec Hall

Southern California trio Rec Hall's new single, Paranoia, is a surf rock track with a psychedelic punch. The band says: "Paranoia is about how familiar situations become unfamiliar and even scary when influenced by different emotions. The song was inspired by an experience that we had when at the beach after hours. Suddenly the kind familiar faces were replaced by distorted figures covered by a veil of darkness.” Watch the music video for Paranoia here.

Golden / shallow pools

The new electro-pop single from the Boston-based quartet shallow pools is taken off of the band's upcoming debut album. Golden is dreamy and pulsating electro-pop, reflecting on the meaningful connections made while on the road – encouraging us to be mentally and emotionally present rather than obsessing about an eventual end.


Find all of these new releases, and more, in our playlist on Spotify – HERE.


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