Anie Delgado’s unique sound comes from a blend of pop influences and her Cuban roots growing up in Florida. Her new song “Dancing While The World Is On Fire” brings with it an energy all its own. Able to hold its own in a zen environment or while out dancing (or in your room dancing), the song acclimates to its surroundings, and sounds off on a topic we can all relate to after a year in a global pandemic. We are thrilled to premiere the music video for this track below, a visual that somehow speaks to our 80s, 90s, and oughts nostalgic hearts all at once while being a visual representation of hope.
Proceeds from merchandise released with “Dancing While The World Is On Fire” benefit Zero Hour, an organization bringing awareness to climate and environmental justice.
Have you ever been seeking out answers in a world that seems confusing and unreal? No? 2020 just happened to us? (We kid!) But, for real, soulful artist Gaidaa takes a pretty vulnerable look at life in the video for her latest single “Stranger,” which just debuted with The Fader. While the song’s lyrics highlight the fact that there is always an amount of uncertainty that comes with growth, the instrumentals provide a relaxing element to allow you to almost sink into the sound like a comfortable, plush, worn-in sofa. Gorgeous, vibrant colors light up an art studio/office setting, making the dim lighting almost a source of inspiration for the artist while the camera pans the room continuously.
We’re big fans of the song and its accompanying video. What do you think?
Director: Segraphy Written: Segraphy & Gaidaa AD: Johan Verhoeven Production company: Pierette Goossens Producer: Pierette Goossens Production assistent: Luuk van de Ven Edit/Grading: Johan Verhoeven DOP: Johan Verhoeven Gaffer: Quintijn Maas
Gorgeous, free-flowing, poetry. Beautiful, layered, scattered instrumentals. An audible form of art that feels both nostalgic and somehow modern and brand-new. The enigma that is soul artist Adrain Younge’s incredibly artful brain is on display in his latest track “Revolutionize.” This track will carry you into the coming months with a sense of purpose and pride.
Sir Sly has started 2021 off with a bang, coming at us left and right with new material and the promise of a brand new album release this spring. And while we wait (not-so-patiently) for The Rise & Fall of Loverboy, we are falling in love quickly and poetically with each new single.
Sidenote: Is it possible to so completely love an entire collection of music without ever hearing it in its entirety yet?
While Landon asks introspective questions we can all relate to, there’s a vulnerability to it all that is so obviously palpable in the tender, soft vocals. At 1 minute, 54 seconds, this song packs a punch and is such a simple way to say “I love you” in a time when it can otherwise feel so difficult.
Insightful lyrics lead dance-pop artist – and actor, writer, dancer, director, producer, and filmmaker – Jack Tracy‘s new single “Prince.” Glittering synths dance along while he sings of developing despite distractions and drawbacks. The song itself serves as an anthem for Tracy, and the audience can find relatable moments throughout.
While we have your exclusive first listen to the new track here, Tracy’s new EP LOVE YAH will be out in April. So keep your eyes peeled!
Welp, indie (dream) pop duo Eighty Ninety just released such a gorgeous track heading into Valentine’s Day weekend. We apologize for not sharing before the holiday, but there’s only so much time in a day. BUT WOW.
You know those moments when you consider different outcomes to your life? Contemplating your puppy love, celebrating your forever love, reminiscing on old love. Well, “Forever” is one of those moments. “Forever is about reconciling the desire to be with the person you love with the understanding that they don’t feel the same way anymore,” admits the duo. “It’s like a daydream in a song — what if we were in love again?”
Vocals smooth like butter (as always), gorgeous lyrics, and a rhythm that is easy to move to make this song just like a sugary dream. What a beautiful dichotomy and a wonderful song to deep breathe to.