AURORA has revealed her ethereal music video for latest single, ‘Giving In To The Love’. Since it’s premiere at 5pm BST, it has already surpassed 219k views on YouTube! Shot in Oslo and directed by AURORA herself, alongside Fill In Productions, it sees the Norwegian songstress dancing amongst nature, before seemingly giving a statue the magic touch of life.
Katelyn Tarver has a new song out next week but I was lucky enough to get the chance to chat with her about her last release, ‘Nicer’, a song that reflects on the people pleasing tendencies that we all have sometimes and which has become almost an epidemic of non-confrontation leading us to bottle up all that angst.
It is almost the most beautiful time of the year. Don’t worry; you still have plenty of time for your Christmas shopping, but you can start dusting off your Christmas playlists. Talented American singer/songwriter Sarah Reeves is weeks away from releasing her second Christmas project. ‘More The Merrier’ via Curb/World Entertainment out on November 12.
Kovic, a.k.a Mark Konstantinovic, is a U.K. based singer, songwriter, and performer. Kovic’s career started with him traveling constantly from London to Brighton playing every open mic night he could, working his craft, his showmanship, and his songwriting with every new audience he found himself in front of. After years of building his reputation brick by brick, he released his debut album ‘Running Underwater’. The album saw an incredible 40 million streams on Spotify. Opting to stay independent, Kovic turned down a major label contract and in 2019 found his song ‘Drown’ featured in that year’s FIFA video game, followed up by a performance at the Royal Albert Hall for BBC Radio 1. Gearing up to release his latest album, I had the chance to sit down and chat with Kovic about life, liberty, and the pursuit of all things music.
Elton John and Charlie Puth have unveiled ‘After All’, the latest song to be taken from the forthcoming album ‘The Lockdown Sessions.’ Listen Here. A collection of collaborations recorded remotely over the last 18 months, ‘The Lockdown Sessions’ is a dazzlingly diverse array of 16 tracks that celebrate togetherness and sees Elton collaborating with an unparalleled range of artists only he could draw together. It will be released on October 22nd via Interscope Records.
Following a run of massive mainstage festival performances, including Reading & Leeds Festival, TRNSMT, Neighbourhood and Latitude, this summer, Sea Girls have revealed the brand new video for their infectiously honest single ‘Sick’. The track is taken from their highly-anticipated new album ‘Homesick’ – out 14th January 2022 on Polydor.
One of the great British bands, The Stranglers, have released their brand-new album, Dark Matters, out everywhere today. Including the first single, ‘And If You Should See Dave…’, an honest tribute to their much-missed keyboard player Dave Greenfield, who tragically passed away a year ago from Covid-19, and who features on many of the tracks recorded for the album.