An emotional roller-coaster, a slow roll of sensitive notes and words which somehow seem so very appropriate for every single moment.
The Brooklyn native singer/songwriter made a ballad about Johny Cash and June Carter which not only makes justice to the roots of American music but pushes a pop feeling which makes it truly memorable.
TABFH magically put together innocent, powerful voices and electronic vibes into a catchy yet refreshing formula.
The energizing melodies of Where I Want To Go are not only The romantic ode to that one person but also the best signature track Roo Panes could add to the (long-awaited) debuting Paperweights.
I Can't Go On Without You is another massive song from the Icelandic indie rock band. The song that starts with an emblematic whistle slowly builds itself up to be a power rock ballad.
Intense in every single way, brutal drums, constant keys, streamed guitars, and a vibrant rocky voice that leaves nobody indifferent.
Not everybody likes the sea. But the ones who love it, dream about it. Seafret's debut album is like that.
We gladly keep Daydreaming about these Los Angelers. Future Being confirms that these guys are music machines in the making.