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Four For Friday Featuring New Music by​​​ Las Aves, Ultramizers, Kriss Kross Amsterdam and Conor Maynard, and Sun Riser

Las Aves ” Worth It “

 Las Aves release new single ‘Worth It’, which is taken from the group’s second LP ‘I’ll Never Give Up On Love Until I Can Put A Name On It’. The single which deals with self-love is explained by lead-vocalist Géraldine Baux speaks on experience; ‘When I was young, I used to think, that my body defined me, I couldn’t stand to look in the mirror, there was always too much of me’ The accompanying video is ” the story of a homeless girl that lives on an island near Rockaway. It has a post-apocalyptic, almost mystic feeling that pictures the quest a woman goes into while trying to accept her own body, in a world that sometimes seems to be terribly distant.”

The Ultramizers ” Hey Walk Away “

Hey Walk Away is the first release from Seattle’s Indie pop band The Ultramizers debut EP, and what a great first release it is. The catchy feel-good song is just over 3 minutes of pure delight, I mean who can resist the Hey Hey Hey’s. Power vocals, jangly guitars and heart-pounding drums, put it on your weekend playlist. We can’t wait to hear more from The Ultramizers.

Kris Kross Amsterdam,and Conor Maynard ( feat. A boogie Wit Da Hoodie )” Ooh Girl “

Kris Kross Amsterdam returns along with singer Conor Maynard and rapper A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie with new single ‘Ooh Girl’ Sampling Rose Royce’s timeless 1977 classic Oooh Boy, the song is an infectious earworm what features sultry R&B vocals, and a beat that has a tropical feel. Celebrate the last few weeks of summer with this one.

Sun-Riser ” Fightman Floater “

Fightman Floater is Sun Riser’s debut single. The slow burner is a psych-tinged banger with a driving drum beat that leads you through the course of the song. Shimmering guitars give the song a layered feel along with the echoing vocals and back vocals. Fightman Floater is a feast for your ears.

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You can usually find me traveling, queuing, or at barricade for a band. I am most likely doing all three things in a day. If I'm not at a concert you can also find me digging through crates for that coveted black disc of vinyl.

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