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New Music Monday for the week of March 23, 2020 featuring music by Franke, Two Years Vacation, Kirmont, Passenger, and somegirlnamedanna

Franke ” Why Don’t We “

LA-based Franke has been working on music since he was 15 and it has slowly become a full-time endeavor. He has just released new single Why Don’t We. The single is a radio and club-friendly tune that is just waiting to be danced to

Two Years Vacation ” Don’t Know Anybody Else “

You don’t often look to Sweden for a dose of tropical infused music but that is just what you get with Gothenburg based band Two Years Vacations new single You Don’t Know Anybody Else. The band has managed to combine elements of indie, disco, and calypso into three minutes of optimistic and sugar-sweet indie-pop that provides the perfect antithesis to current goings-on in the world. 

Kirmont ” Time “

Germany’s Kirmont has released his first single, Time, off his Debut album “Behala” which will drop this June. The single is a mellow tune with an instrumental track that is heavy with drums and bass, the perfect backdrop for Kirmont’s hazy voice as he sings about the time we waste.

Passenger ” The Way That I Love You “

Brighton based singer-songwriter Passenger has released a new song The Way That I Love You. The soft romantic acoustic song will instantly calm your heart and soul with its Cat Stevens vibe. I will admit I have had it on repeat, it is a much-needed distraction in these crazy times.

somegirlnamedanna ” hello i am “

Growing up in a small town in Minnesota, without the distraction of social media and television, somegirlnamedanna learned how to write poetry, play piano, and compose songs. She has just released her debut single hello i am, which paves the way for her forthcoming debut EP which will be released sometime later in the year.

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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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