Brooklyn-based indie-pop artist Gus Dapperton is back with another woozy alt-pop number to make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Taken from his upcoming album Where Polly People Go To Read, “Fill Me Up Anthem” features his characteristic beguiling songwriting and sparkling synth-heavy melodies, with a cheeky throwback line to his breakthrough track “I’m Just Snacking”. Yet another perfect pop bop to get us even more excited for the album to drop.
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Gus Dapperton – “Fill Me Up Anthem”
Model Man – “Without You”
Electronic duo Model Man have come out with another gorgeous track in the form of the laid back, summery “Without You”. With a relaxed, almost funky instrumental, jam packed with head-noddy beats and Ibiza-suited melodies, it’s the perfect accompaniment to any sunshine soaked evening.
Lauv & Troye Sivan – “I’m so tired…” (Stripped)
It won’t come as a surprise that we are still obsessed with this song. And now Lauv and Troye have answered our prayers by releasing a stripped down version to give us all the #feels. We have been blessed.
Wallows – “Sidelines”
With their debut album out next week, Californian indie dreamboats Wallows have released their beaut new track “Sidelines”. Detailing the difficulties of young love, it’s a sunshine soaked bop that’ll have you swaying along in no time. The lads also met up with Rollacoaster to talk all about the record for their SS19 issue which you can pre-order here now!
Kara Marni – “Lose My Love”
“‘Lose My Love’ is a warning to a lover who’s already well past their last chance… and although you like them, there’s no more slacking to be had!” Kara Marni says of her silky new song. With mesmerising melodies and Kara’s gorgeous vocals, the track blends R&B and soul influences to create a stunning sound that shows how much the young songwriter has progressed this last year. Watch this space because Kara’s name is about to be everywhere.
JGrrey – “Notice”
Dropping her dreamy new track, JGrrey has released a gorge new number that explores toxic relationships and wanting attention from bad partners. Her latest song to show just why she’s so a compelling new talent, her honest lyricism and captivating vocals are set to see her soar in 2019.