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New Music Monday For The Week Of September 9, 2019

Easton ” Marilyn “

Marilyn, the new single by LA-based Easton is the perfect song to keep the feeling of the warm and sunny summer season within us as we reluctantly tumble into the cold dark upcoming fall and winter season. The beat is tropical and the vocals are effortless and light. We loved it.

The Honest Heart Collection ” Fine “

New single Fine by alt-rock Canadians The Honest Heart Collection is their first release of 2019. The song deals with ” uncovering internal struggles masked underneath false happiness.” This is the perfect song for the start of Suicide Prevention Week, take time to realize that just because someone says they are fine, they are not always.

Pacific ” Time To Forget “

Manchesters indie band Pacific are showing no signs of slowing down in their upward climb. For the last two years Slaford City FC have been using the band’s music in video’s and Man United has listed them on playlists to play at Old Trafford. They have also just released a new song Time To Forget. We are loving the piano added to such a classic indie tune, giving it a fresh feel. Def add this to your playlist.

Glass Giants ” Hold Me Down “

North Wale’s Glass Giants may be a new band but all five members have years of experience gigging and writing and it shows on their debut single Hold Me Down. The song is a powerful and lively alt song that will get your heart pounding with its strong drums and soaring vocals. Keep up with these guys as they release more music and hit the stage soon.

Pick Pocket ” It Started “

Inspired by the likes of Deathcab For Cutie and Nada Surf, the new single It Started by Salt Lake City’s Pick Pocket is about growing up. Frontman Arcadio Rodriguez talked about the song ” The song started as a study in nostalgia. Thinking about fishing with my grandfather in Puerto Rico. From there it just got away from me and turned its attention to how we grow up after we’ve “grown-up” and how letting go of the past is integral to that process.” 

About Teri (1931 Articles)
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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