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New Music Monday featuring Diamond Thug, Brijs, Craig Irving, Leon in the Wild, and joyful.

Diamond Thug ” Backpush “

Diamond Thug are a South African dream pop band who have released a new single titled Backpush. The song which is about ” is a song about feeling stuck in a self-destructive cycle of one’s own mistakes and self-doubt.” The song is a mid-tempo explosion of guitars and driving drums that highlight the echoing vocals.

Brijs ” Stay Up, Stephanie “

Melding addictive guitar riffs, strong drum beats, and even a mandolin thrown in, Brijs has released new single Stay Up Stephanie, which is full off explosive psych-pop energy. The single which is the third song to be released from his upcoming full-length album is about “that feeling of arriving at your favorite venue, with your favorite people in tow and having everyone invested in the night lasting for as long as possible. No one wants to be the first one to fall.”

Craig Irving ” Let Go “

His second release since the drop of his debut EP earlier this year, Glasgow’s Craig Irvine has unleashed the energetic new single Let Go. The upbeat Indie song is full of a sing-a-long chorus, soaring vocals, and jangly guitars. Put this bright new song on your playlist

Leon in the Wild ” You Can Leave A Mess In Here “

Leon in The Wild has released a new sunny single titled You Can Leave a Mess In Here. The single evokes all the California feels with its breezy chorus, echoing vocals and dreamy feel. Along with whistles, clasp, and blissful harmonies, You Can Leave A Mess In Here is the perfect soundtrack for your summer nights.

joyful. ” Pilot Light “

Chicago pop-punkers joyful. have released yet another banger with Pilot Light. The song takes on the two different POVs in a relationship that is falling apart. Giving us plenty of hard-driving guitars and heart-stopping drum beats, along with the singable chorus, it is sure to bring the pop-punk kid out in all of us.

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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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