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Indie Roundup | 40 Tracks To Turn Up This Tuesday

Dave Alvin, Witch Prophet, Musti, Eunice Keitan and more artists to check out today.

Dave Alvin hits the highway, Witch Prophet shares more of her DNA, Musti makes an entrance, Eunice Keitan takes a stand, Middle Part do it in a heartbeat and more in your Tuesday Roundup. Having said all that, I already know which video is going to get the most views today.


1 | Dave Alvin | Highway 61 Revisited

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE:Grammy-winning guitarist, singer and songwriter Dave Alvin shares Highway 61 Revisited, a cover of the Bob Dylan classic and the second track unveiled from his first solo album in 11 years, From An Old Guitar: Rare and Unreleased Recordings, out Nov. 20. “Not only is it impossible to do a better version of this song than Dylan had already done but it would be pretty damn hard to come anywhere close to doing a version as good as Johnny Winter’s classic cover. Knowing this I still figured, ‘what the hell’. I called the musicians, figured out an arrangement somewhere between Mose Allison and Little Milton, plugged in my guitar and went for it. The guys and I had an absolute blast reimagining this version of Mr. Dylan’s classic, and I sincerely hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we did playing it.”

2 | Witch Prophet | Tesfay

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “This past March saw the release of singer-songwriter Witch Prophet’s sophomore album, DNA Activation — an ode to her Ethiopian and Eritrean ancestral roots, fusing jazz, hip-hop, soul and R&B with songs in English, Amharic, and Tigrinya. Today, she shares the new music video for Tesfay. “Tesfay (translation: my hope) is inspired by the memory of Witch Prophet’s late grandfather who raised five daughters as a single father in Ethiopia after the passing of her grandmother. Instead of focusing on the traditional roles for women in his day, he pushed his daughters towards education and empowerment — a radical move for the time. The video concept came from an interest in capturing the true essence of Tesfay and telling a broader story about positive father-daughter relationships that are grossly underrepresented in media.”

3 | Musti | Gro Harlem Brundtland

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Without even a single to her name, 18-year-old artist Ugbad Musti was still one of the most talked-about acts at last year’s Øya Festival in her hometown of Oslo, Norway. Her powerful debut album Qoyskayga (My Family) comes out Oct. 30. With her imminent release, Musti may well become the manifestation of the next generation of Norwegian rappers and the first to break outside her home territory. The ones that dare assert their ambitions, ignore conventional categorization and stereotypes relating to rap style, provenance or gender. “I was an angry kid,” Musti explains. As luck would have it an observant teacher showed her an alternative way of articulating this anger, by expressing her emotions in words. What started as a diary of sorts soon became poetry, evolving with patterns and rhymes — not unlike rappers such as Skepta and Stormzy. Musti had a realization. “Music is poetry. My emotions become poems, poems that naturally transform to fit to music.”

4 | Eunice Keitan | Standing With You

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Singer-songwriter Eunice Keitan’s work mixes R&B/acoustic soul and world folk influences. Both her international upbringing and her eclectic music background surface in the themes of many of her songs, where she explores mental health, social inequality and social change. Standing With You was written days after the death of George Floyd: “During those days I read a pamphlet that was circulated immediately after the lynching of Emmett Till. It felt eerily like it was written yesterday and it got me thinking and asking a lot of questions about what really needed to happen so that we could stop repeating this same cycle of hate and injustice over and over. All of these things combined sowed the seeds of what would become Standing With You.

5 | Middle Part | Heartbeat

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Brooklyn-based indie-pop artist Middle Part creates synth-laden music in the hopes of making you feel something. Composed with honesty and sincerity, his music takes inspiration from both ’90s and early ’00s alternative bands. Middle Part was born when singer Andrew Selkōw moved to the deepest parts of Northern Alaska to find himself, after experiencing a major meltdown. Heartbeat showcases Selkōw’s effortless vocals and atmospheric synths, resulting in a hypnotizing, dream-esque song. “I just want people to relate. I so desperately want to connect and that might be the message.”

6 | Eyesha | Dámelo

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE:Eyesha presents the music video for Dámelo. It is the very first single from the artist formerly known as Soph-eye Richard, to be released with her new name Eyesha, in collaboration with Slimcase from Nigeria. A rhythmic and playful song, with international flavors and a genre that crosses between Afro and Latin vibes. On this song, you can hear Eyesha sing in the three languages she speaks fluently — French, English and Spanish — as well as Slimcase performing in English and Yoruba, which makes Dámelo a very unique song that represents the power of coming together and the infinite possibilities of bridging cultures with music.”

7 | The White Swan | Tell It To The Sky

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Canadian atmospheric sludge-rock unit The White Swan, spearheaded by Kittie’s Mercedes Lander, unveil a lyric video for their moving cover of Tracy Bonham’s Tell It To The Sky. Notes Lander: “I’ve always thought that Tell It To The Sky was a fantastically well-written song. I always try to really think outside the box when it comes to choosing covers and I tend to pick songs that you wouldn’t expect a band like The White Swan to cover. Tracy Bonham’s The Burdens Of Being Upright was released the same year I started playing drums and started my first band and this was my favorite song from that record when it was released. I did my best to capture the soaring vocal melodies and we added some layered EBow for the verses which creates a bit of a darker vibe from the original.”

8 | Beaten To Death | Run Burn Move Die

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Norwegian grindcore innovators Beaten to Death have just unveiled a music video for Run Burn Move Die, off their fifth album Laat Maar, ik Verhuis Naar Het Bos. Vocalist Anti-Climax says: “Lyrically this is one of our most seriously themed songs. We are going for classic thrash metal thematics here. This was written around the time when the world actually opened their eyes for a second and became aware of the Rojava conflict in northern Syria. But I guess it’s more or less a generalized comment on how millions of children grow up in war zones with very little possibility of escape or ever experiencing a safe environment, and how — when left with a choice of giving up or rallying around a common cause to fight for a different future — many choose to fight however hopeless that fight may be.”

9 | Lauv & Conan Gray | Fake

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Pop visionary Lauv joins forces with rising global pop superstar Conan Gray on new single Fake. Lauv said, “we wrote Fake the first time I met Conan and it’s one of my fav songs ever. I hope you love it.” Conan added, “Lauv and I wrote Fake while we were just hanging and ranting about those two faced people everybody knows. Those people who say one thing and do the other, people who constantly talk trash about their own friends. We wanted to make something fun you can scream in the car to, a song to flip a bird at those types of people.”

10 | Sizzy Rocket | Spill My Guts

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE:Sizzy Rocket unveils the official music video for Spill My Guts, one of the new singles from her Anarchy album. Directed by Dorian Tocker, the Spill My Guts music video sees Sizzy at her most vulnerable, somber and intimate. Inspired by the idea of spilling one’s guts, both literally and figuratively, Tocker juxtaposes the dainty and grotesque throughout the video, creating a captivating visual paradox. “I came across something called Hanahaki Disease, where flowers grow in your organs when you experience unrequited love, and ultimately you throw them up,” Tocker writes. “I called Sizzy to explain: ‘I think in the video you’re masturbating, pining for someone, and in the end you cum flowers from your mouth.’ All she said was, ‘That’s the best thing you’ve ever said to me.’ ”

11 | KidEyes | Don’t Hold Back

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE:KidEyes, an alternative pop-rock duo from Los Angeles, shine light directly into a dark modern world with humble hooks, richly warm guitar melodies, shiny synths, and rock steady grooves. The duo of Greg Cahn and Ben Epand communicate their music as honest pop through a lens of everlasting youth and optimism. Their newest single Don’t Hold Back delivers an urgent message of hope and not wasting another breath. Cahn explains, “Given the weight of the world right now, music can certainly heal, and as artists, this song is our way to help do just that.” The track is the kickoff to their upcoming EP, slated for Spring 2021.”

12 | Fallow Land | The Hope

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Ann Arbor’s Fallow Land were born in a time of trepidation — a period of unease and anxiety following multiple losses. Their debut EP Pinscher was a guitar-driven narrative centered around disillusion. Two years have now passed, and with time has come critical praise, healing and evolution — all elements that fueled the creation of debut LP Slow Down, Rockstar. A sense of optimism and clarity dominates its final track The Hope, which “is about the first healthy relationship I’ve ever really experienced,” says guitarist/vocalist Whit Fineberg. “After years of being in relationships with unrealistic expectations and insecurities, my current relationship is the first time I’ve felt comfortable being 100% myself around someone else.”

13 | Mike Block | Hills Of Arkansas

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Composer, singer, educator, and celebrated cello player Mike Block has released his latest single Hills of Arkansas, sharing a video created by Kevork Mourad. The track is the third single from Block’s upcoming adult-pop record The Edge of the Atmosphere, due out Oct. 23. Block stated, “Hills of Arkansas is inspired by an actual memory of a picture-perfect summer day of horseback riding in the Ozarks. The experience was so simple and so beautiful, that it left me with the lingering feeling that it was just too nice to be real — maybe I didn’t really belong, or even deserve to have such a luxurious experience. Contemplating that feeling made me wonder how I might react if I found myself in heaven, and what it means to really feel ‘at home’ somewhere.”

14 | Kat Saul | Alright

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Alt-pop sensation Kat Saul releases her new single/video Alright. “To me, one of the scariest challenges of becoming a sort-of-grown-up is getting out of my comfort zone. When my anxiety and depression swoop in like this dark cloud over my head, it’s easy to isolate myself from other people, closing off and taking shelter until the storm passes, but it never really does. And there comes a point where you have to decide whether to break down those walls or to let people inside them. It can be incredibly challenging, especially romantically… but when has easy ever been rewarding, you know? Love, risk and growth are what make life beautiful and worth living.”

15 | Black Violin | Impossible Is Possible

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE:Black Violin, the classical-meets-hip-hop duo of Kev Marcus and Wil Baptiste, released a new video for Impossible Is Possible. The song is taken from Black Violin’s latest album Take The Stairs. “This video captures the innocence and raw potential that lives inside of our youth,” Black Violin says. “If molded with love and understanding, that young soul can foster hope and achieve the impossible. The little black boy is everyone of us. Running towards an uncertain future, inspired by those who love him most. He ultimately wins the race that no one thought was possible.”

16+17 Coco Reilly | The Truth Will Always Find A Way + Suited

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE:Coco Reilly’s self-titled debut album is due Dec. 9, and today she debuted two songs: The Truth Will Always Find A Way and Suited along with a music video. The Truth Will Always Find A Way, is a song about hope and finding truth in today’s world. Reilly stated, “I strongly believe that you cannot distort the truth forever, but some get away with a world of destruction before it catches up to them.” Suited, reflects on a memorable kiss that came at an unexpected moment in Reilly’s life. “It’s about the first person I kissed almost a year after ending a long-term relationship (and brief engagement) in my late 20’s.”

18 | Terry Uyarak | Aniqsaatuinnarit

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE:Terry Uyarak is sharing Aniqsaatuinnarit — featuring fellow Nunavut artist Becky Han — from his upcoming debut solo album Nunarjua Isulinginniani, out Oct. 30. “I wrote this song with my wife Tanya when we went through a tough time telling each other a line each how to keep our heads up during a dark time when we had 24 hour sun,” says Uyarak. “I remember also my father telling me a quote saying ‘iminnik sannatituinaqtu’ (he/she is designing their own future other good or bad), I’ve been wanting to write motivational words for anyone going through a tough time, that we let time pass without reaction, life gets easier.”

19 | Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar | I’ve Got A Feeling

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Juno-nominated group Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar released their gospel-infused soul ballad I’ve Got a Feeling last Friday; today they share the video. I’ve Got A Feeling will appear on the band’s new album The Reckless One, due Nov. 20. “I’ve Got a Feeling is about the honeymoon phase of falling in love and the overall experience,” says Samantha Martin. “You are scared and vulnerable, but also excited and hopeful. The song evokes a moment in time when you had your first kiss, the first time and when someone moves your world in a way you didn’t think was possible.”

20 | Jordan Reyes | Rebirth at Dusk

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “I envisioned the record as a journey through human expression over the course of one day,” says Chicago composer and ONO member Jordan Reyes, musing on his sophomore album Sand Like Stardust. When planning the album, Reyes wanted to consider the trajectory of American music, drawing a throughline from the oral traditions enmeshed in blues, country, folk to contemporary underground music, splicing together acoustic instrumentation with an experimental, electronic sensibility. To create a unique visual framework for Rebirth at Dusk, he enlisted Chicago-bred director and choreographer Eryka Dellenbach. Dellenbach’s sensuous, body-driven direction and editing reimagine and connect disparate somatic realities from Illinois localities extending from where Reyes’ and Dellenbach’s personal mythologies overlap.”

21 | Tōth | Habit Creature

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE:Tōth — the recording project of Brooklyn multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Alex Toth, known for collaborating and writing with Kimbra, Alexander F, Rubblebucket, Cuddle Magic and many others — returns with Habit Creature, his first single of 2020. As Toth explains: “When we stop trying to distract ourselves from it, our pain or discomfort can be a great teacher for growth and healing. Sort of the way a vaccine contains some of the virus. Most of the violence and hatred in the world comes from not being ok with — and in touch with — ourselves. And when we don’t feel good we tend to blame and harm others.

22 | Roderik | Save Me

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE:Roderik, a band whose name is derived from Edgar Allan Poe’s The Fall of the House of Usher, was fittingly formed during the early stages of a global pandemic. Today, they release their debut music video. Says Jake Anthony Salazar: “Save Me was written during what was, and remains to be, one of the darkest periods of my life. I simultaneously dealt with a record deal gone horribly wrong, an unstable living situation, and the loss of a seven-year relationship, but I often found myself putting on a happy face and projecting who I wanted the world to see. Whether it be anxiety, depression or something darker that haunts us, we have all had to deal with our inner demons during those tumultuous times.”

23 | Ben de la Cour | Swan Dive

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “There are singer-songwriters, and there are troubadours. Singer-songwriters are sensitive, polished souls, sharing their journal entries with the world, whereas troubadours do their best just to stay out of jail. In the wake of Ben de la Cour’s astonishing new record, Shadow Land, you can add his name to the top of the list of younger troubadours to whom this ever-so-occasionally poisoned chalice is being passed. Swan Dive is one of the stand out tracks from his album, and he is unveiling a new video.”

24 | Susu | Break You

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Smouldering New York City rock outfit Susu return with an emotionally charged alt-rock ballad Break You, from the forthcoming EP Panther City, due this November. The band say: “Break You is a sonic baptism by Etheric Blues of dobro and acoustic washing over you. Two powerful black voices become one as they invoke the Mother with rhythmic compulsion; calling the pendulum back toward the feminine. There IS something bigger than US. A Collective Consciousness. A Universal life force. An expansive experience. The Mother. She is the reminder that there is a fine line between comfort and happiness. She encourages us to Break the constraints of all that we have known until now. Do the Work, begin again. Break You is the first song we ever wrote together, the cornerstone of our friendship, creative partnership and foundation on which we built SUSU.”

25+26 | Squirrel Flower | Explain It To Me + Chicago

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE:Squirrel Flower — the moniker of Ella Williams — has shared two new pieces of music. Explain It To Me is an enthralling cover of Liz Phair’s original, featuring faint guitar strumming and layers of Williams’ moving vocals. “Explain It To Me has been one of my favourite songs since I first heard it when I was 14,” says Ella. “I made this recording in my basement while experimenting with self-harmonising for the first time in a while.” The second track Chicago is an updated version of the closing bonus track on her Contact Sports EP. Jostling percussion opens to Ella’s voice, as she hopes to find warmth in other people, despite the city’s frigid cold. The song gracefully falls over itself, repeating the same lyrics over and over again. “This version of Chicago is from a studio session a while back that never got used, so my brother and I put some extra guitar on it during quarantine and — voila! It’s for when you’re lost or moving, or arriving.”

27 | Randall Bramblett | Rocket To Nowhere

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE:Randall Bramblett will release Pine Needle Fire on Nov. 13. The 12-song set was produced by Bramblett and Gerry Hansen and is the follow up to his acclaimed 2017 album Juke Joint At The Edge Of The World. The single Rocket To Nowhere “is a darkly humorous (at least to me) song that I wrote last year from the codependent perspective. All the verses detail in the second person the escapades of a drug and alcohol addled lover who is bent on self-destruction and the first person chorus just gives in to the need for him/her to come back home. My experience with recovery from addiction lets me have a little sense of humor about this stuff. I also got to use some phrases that make me smile like ‘go out and have yourself a blessed day,’ ‘Kid Charlemagne skipping in the ragged jukebox of your brain’ and ‘at least they didn’t look in the glove compartment.’ ”

28 | Sam Lynch | Keeping Time

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Singer-songwriter Sam Lynch has released her album Little Disappearance. This record encapsulates many different experiences and moments of learning, in both the subject matter and the creation of the record itself. The lead single accompanying the release is called Keeping Time, a song inspired by frustration. Lynch explains, “I felt so irritated that my relatively young brain couldn’t seem to keep track of time. I realized that I had started to organize my memories by holding on to the biggest, most impactful moments (which often ended up being the heaviest, generally painful instances), and categorizing everything around that. I catch myself in that thought pattern, and try to correct — instead, attempting to reach for the little moments in between, rather than holding so tightly to the heaviest things.”

29 | Tsha | Change

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Channeling an ever-growing electronic pop sensibility in her music, Change features vocals from British singer-songwriter Gabrielle Aplin — whom Tsha met at a writing camp last year — over hazy drums and acid-flecked synth-lines. “She has a beautiful voice and is such a great writer” says Tsha. “We had such a good time working together.” Tsha is a London producer who is quickly emerging as one of the most exciting young artists around. Her forthcoming EP Flowers, without doubt her most ambitious and accomplished body of work so far, will be released on Nov. 13.”

30 | Of Feather & Bone | Consecrated And Consumed

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE:Consecrated And Consumed is the scathing new single from Denver’s harsh death metal trio Of Feather & Bone. The track is now streaming in advance of the cruel album from which it was spawned, Sulfuric Disintegration, nearing its release in mid-November. While not only delivering a more dynamic and complex musical vision that balances the genres of pure dark death metal, blistering grind, and unrelenting bestial metal, Sulfuric Disintegration sees Of Feather & Bone become the full-on sonic killing machine that one was given a mere glimpse of with their past works.”

31 | Julia Holter | So Humble The Afternoon

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Following her recent cover of Fleetwood Mac’s Gold Dust Woman, Julia Holter releases her song So Humble the Afternoon. Holter’s hushed vocals and the ambient noise offer some much-needed solace. She says: “In So Humble the Afternoon, recorded a few years back, I was immersing myself in the woozy warmth of the synth and Mellotron timbres. They were a comforting foundation for me to sing over, to soften the harshness of the afternoon which always feels to me like the least introspective and most alienating part of the day. And something about the hazy malaise of this song seems to me to suit this endlessly apocalyptic time.”

32 | Patient Hands | Moment II

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE:Patient Hands reveals the latest track, Moment II, from his forthcoming album There Are No Graves Here, set for release on Nov. 18. Patient Hands is the solo-project of Saskatchewan based ambient songwriter Alexander Stooshinoff. “Moment II is the sister track of cardinal neighbour Moment I — both composed of piano samples and field recordings,” explains Stooshinoff. “Moment II features six layers taken from the same improvised piano recording, performed by friend and former classmate Craig Horan. The sense of rhythm pushes and pulls as the differing parts trade dominance and compete with the natural rhythm of the two field recordings — the first of an escalator, the second of a spool of floss being pulled slowly from its canister. The brevity of the track and lack of clear structure typify my aphoristic style across the rest of No Graves.

33 | Cassidy | The Devil

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Born and raised in Calgary but now based in Berlin, singer-songwriter Cassidy creates stunning emotive indie pop. Embracing vulnerability, she finds influence in raw emotional experiences including heartbreak and existential life crises among other dark moments. Cassidy is known for her undeniable catchy melodies and addictive, relatable lyrics, speaking directly to the listener. Her soulful vocals intertwine with moody, bass-filled beats creating a unique mix that is refreshingly new yet feels familiar. The Devil was written a few years back on a piano with a bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon and a broken heart. The single is autobiographical detailing the singer’s own heart wrenching experience with love and heartbreak.”

34 | The Holy | I Don’t Know

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Following the success of their debut Daughter, which received an Emma nomination, Finnish quintet The Holy return with sophomore album Mono Freedom. Walking the line between NEU!-esque mechanical kraut and layered alt-rock, the group’s latest venture is a tightly wrapped evolution of arrangements; creating a mellifluous sound and theme throughout the full-length. Frontman Eetu Henrik Iivari says: “Mono Freedom is a utopian-themed album. A fictional story about Mother Nature taking over the Earth and how the last humans pack their stuff, build a rocket and head over to the nearest black hole. They know that there is probably nothing out there, but it’s one of humanity’s last ideas. All this is seen as a positive, not as a dark dystopian vision, as is usually the case.”

35 | Polyphizia | Sandwich

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE:Suitcase Of Voices is the debut album from China-based Polyphizia. First single Sandwich is out now. Singer-guitarist Christopher Henry says: “I wrote the main riff and verse melody when I first arrived in Wenzhou back in 2016. And I knew I had cooked up something special. Then, at the end of that year, when we first got together, we had planned to just learn a few covers first … our first show was about a week away, but as soon as I showed Zim the idea that became Sandwich we decided to just start writing originals and come whatever may.”

36 | Same | Gum Stand

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE:Same recently released their debut LP Plastic Western, and now they’re back with a new single titled Gum Stand. In each song the lyrics paint abstract images that cast an ethereal tinge over the music. “You can either paint a picture of a sailboat, and everytime you see it it’s always going to be a sailboat, or you can create an abstract painting that shows you something new every time you look at it,” he says of his lyrics. “I try to do the latter. The lyrics have references to real things and real experiences, but there’s room left for the listeners imagination.”

37 | Matthew Mast | Born Again

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE:Matthew Mast shared the single Born Again from his upcoming album Of All The Endings. One of the most pummeling tracks from Mast’s latest effort, the doom-laden Born Again bursts in with walls of melancholy guitars and synths, elevated further by the rise and fall of Mast’s haunting vocals and Alessandra Dean’s accompanying harmonies. Born Again peels away layers of self-doubt and gloom with monolithic rhythms in an effort to be remembered as something more. On Of All The Endings, due out Oct. 23, Mast delivers a towering and emotional collection of tracks that serve as a powerful reminder of the murkiness lying just beneath the surface of everyday life.”

38 | Juletta + Ishan | Gut Feeling

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Alt-R&B artists Juletta + Ishan just shared the single Gut Feeling from their debut album If I Never Hit Land, out this Friday. The project is inspired by real stories Juletta collected from 30 women she interviewed over the past two years in New York City, which can now be heard on their beautifully designed interactive website here. Filled with interview clips and samples collected throughout the recording process, the website showcases soundbites that eventually became the album, revealing the compelling artistic process behind the project.”

39 | Life Size Models | A Way Out

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE:Life Size Models merges melodic guitar work with honest, affecting lyricism to create emotional, hard-hitting indie-rock that feels both nostalgic and modern. The group has also been compared to The Strokes, Arctic Monkeys and Catfish & the Bottlemen. Life Size Models say: “If you look around at the world, you’re likely to want an escape too. A Way Out was written because we needed a way out of our heads, our habits, even our environment. When you’re frustrated and restless, like so many of us are, the need for an exit sign looms larger. Does that outlet come from a scream, a hug, a laugh, a song, another human connection? ‘I can give you a way out, if you want me to’. You choose. Just move forward.”

40 | Wildstreet | Still Love You

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE:Wildstreet have released their new single Still Love You. Trading in their usual hard rock guitars for acoustic instruments, the song optimistically reflects on lost love and heartache. The Prince-inspired ending guitar solo by the band’s singer Eric Jayk reminds the listener that love songs still rock!”

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