Last week, British-Irish singer/songwriter Molly Burman released her second EP, the brilliant six-track release, titled ‘Worlds Within Worlds’. Following up her 2021 debut release of ‘Fool Me With Flattery’, the new release has already received widespread critical acclaim for its high production quality and lyrical content, where Burman explores conversational topics such as sexuality, identity and emotions.
Last week, English indie pop group The Redroom announced details pertaining to the release of their latest single, ‘Coffee (What It’s Like To Fall In Love)’. Coming out on the first of September, the Northwestern independent’s latest song is a feel-good summer anthem that appeals to all different kinds of ears, and is definitely worth checking out at least once, whether you’re an experienced indie pop fan or not.
Earlier this month, New Zealand pop duo Foley dropped their brilliant new album, ‘Crowd Pleaser’, on our heads – a ten-track release featuring new songs and past hits alike. With one half of the album having come out earlier this year to critical acclaim, the second part has been eagerly anticipated through these past months – and rightfully so, as the full release of ‘Crowd Pleaser’ is completely worth the hype.
Last month, on July 28th, indie artist Daniel Isaiah released his latest single, ‘I’ve Got A Lot Riding On You’, on major streaming platforms. Debuting in 2011, Isaiah has been hard at work ever since, touring around various venues in his home country of Canada and releasing a wide variety of singles and albums ever since, composing a rich discography in his decade-plus history in the industry, which he adds to with ‘I’ve Got A Lot Riding On You’.
Today, Jack Hyphen released his latest single ‘Lifetime’. A former member of now-defunct Herefordshire indie band Point Zero, Hyphen fuses together alt-rock and indie-pop in his own way, creating a sound that is distinctly his own – a sound he continues to demonstrate here on his latest track, ‘Lifetime’ – two and a half minutes of mostly alt-rock sound, excellently executed by Hyphen.
Last week, on the 30th of June, budding indie pop musician Liam Barrack released his latest song across multiple streaming platforms. The guitarist released his first song ‘Sick Kisses’ in December last year, which ended up getting tens of thousands of streams on Spotify and other platforms – now he follows it and another song (‘Bulletproof’) up with his third song – ‘Tryin’ – available now on Spotify, SoundCloud, Apple Music and other platforms.