Rising pop star, Billie Eilish, is coming for us with her latest single, "bury a friend". While announcing the release of her upcoming debut album which has no official date yet, the singer also revealed the artwork for her upcoming album, "WHILE WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?".
To kick off the start of 2019, Jakarta-based quintet Ringgo 5 has released a brand new single called “U” on January 25th, 2019.
More than a year ago, Korean indie rock band Cheeze disbanded, leaving vocalist Dalchong on her own and taking on her band’s name as her new solo act stage name. Since then, she has been releasing a few songs under the name “Cheeze” - including the intriguing Short Film Sequence series.
American Football has released a new single titled “Uncomfortably Numb” off their forthcoming full-length album “American Football (LP3)”, which will be release on March 22nd. This track features Hayley Williams of Paramore singing together with vocalist Mike Kinsella.
Prettymuch, the new American-Canadian boyband formed in 2016 by Simon Cowell is a new sensation in the music industry. They are young, fresh, and bringing the best in boyband-styled pop music - and they’re back with their new single “Blinds”.
Ari Stapran Leff, better known by his stage name Lauv, is well-known for his romantic yet melancholic lyrics and catchy instrumentals. He started his 2019 with the release of “i’m so tired…” featuring the dreamy pop singer Troye Sivan.
Continuing the release of their 2018 single “MANTRA” and early January 2019 single “medicine”, Bring Me The Horizon has released the singles “mother tongue”, and “nihilist blues” this week, the latter featuring synth pop princess Grimes, to prep us for the release of their next studio album “amo” tomorrow.
Code Kunst isn’t an unfamiliar name to those who follow the K-R&B and K-indie scene - and so is Lee Hi, the owner of one of the most exceptional, unique voices in K-pop. The two have collaborated once again, releasing the R&B, soul rock-influenced “XI” as a follow up to their 2017 collab “X.”
Ariana Grande is back with a new song off her forthcoming album, thank u, next. “7 rings” is Grande’s statement on retail therapy as a way of healing, paralleling from “thank u, next”’s way of being grateful to healing. A stark departure from the rest of Grande’s body of work is showcased in this single, and in this post, we weigh in on the song and the music video.
Following the release of their 2016 studio album “A Moon Shaped Pool”, alternative rock giant Radiohead has recently made one of the album’s CD-exclusive B-sides, “Ill Wind”, available on streaming sites.