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Four For Friday featuring new music by Ghostpipes, Axel Mansoor, Sad Songs For Happy People, and Fever Days

Ghostpipes ” The Subtle Art Of Falling Apart “

Songwriter, producer and multi-instrumental solo artist Sam Penkacik, who goes by the moniker Ghostpipes has released a new single titled The Subtle Art Of Falling Apart. The slow burner will tug on your heartstrings with its poetic lyrics of love and loss which was all inspired by “ a drunkenly-scribbled line of cynical graffiti found in the restroom of a dive-bar. “

Axel Mansoor ” Mine “

Axel Mansoor has a diverse background and he has used it to his advantage by taking bits and bobs of it and mixing it into his music, giving him his own unique sound. His new single Mine is a blend of his soulful vocals along with a soft melding of electronic instrumentals. Mine will catch your attention and stay there.

Sad Songs For Happy People ” Second “

 Sad Songs for Happy People is the merger of a songwriter, fine artist, dancers, filmmakers and, courtesy of the internet, session musicians; from Senegal to Latvia that disguises themselves as a new wave indie band. Their first single Second is a celebration of unconditional love, that includes a video that follows the rejected’s little march set in black&gray Amsterdam.

Fever Days ” Drugs “

Based in Newcastle-Upon -Tyne Fever Days are masters at combining new wave with Alt-pop giving them a sound that can be appreciated by anyone. New single Drugs leans toward the Alt-Pop sound with its crisp guitars and measured drum beats. The song is ” a bit of a middle finger to the people I’ve met whose lives are consumed by drug consumption” explains lead singer Oli Green who gets bored with their constant talking about it.

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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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