UK singer/songwriter, Tom Grennan releases his latest track, “Sober” today. The song is a follow-up to his single, “Royal Highness” which brings out his indie-pop influences and was featured on Radio 1 B List and Virgin playlists. “Sober” serves as another taste of Tom’s forthcoming debut album Lighting Matches out this May via Insanity Records/Columbia Records.
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Wolf Tone signing Elle Watson recently shared her second track ‘Suspended’, and its haunting new video is playing on DIY as today’s Neu Pick.
‘Suspended’ followed the newcomer’s Clams Casino-produced recent single ‘Glued’ and debut EP ‘Phantom’, and its new video perfectly matches the magnetic darkness of the single.
“The song portrays the desperation of finding strength in the unknown” she says of the song in a press release.
“It’s how sometimes choosing not to know something is the best option for protecting yourself. However, the truth comes out and reality sinks in, which causes the foundation to collapse. The strength you find in the unknown is only temporary, the next step is to take a stand and move on.”
The official music video for Moose Blood’s single “Talk In Your Sleep” off their upcoming album ‘I Don’t Think I Can Do This Anymore,’ out March 9, 2018 on Hopeless Records!
New single ‘Rely’ taken from my latest EP ‘Pearl’
William Baker, Kylie Minogue’s influential creative director for many years, and now working with the Killers, makes a significant step as a music video director with this blissful dream of a video for new pop star Nuuxs.
The video for Real Love (from her Pearl EP), in which Nuuxs and pals take a trip to the country on a beautiful English summer’s day, and pair off with each other, was inspired by Sofia Coppola’s The Virgin Suicides and Ryan McGinley’s photography – with a nod to the eroticism of Bertolucci’s The Dreamers.
It’s also the first result of Baker’s signing as director to new production outfit, Iron Age Pictures, set up by producer Matthew Clyde.