Since the release of their infectious debut single "Free Animal," Foreign Air has found itself sitting pretty as one of the most exciting emerging acts on the interweb.
Yesterday, the Chainsmokers released their highly anticipated new track "Closer," which features star-of-the-moment Halsey. Unlike their past singles—particularly "Roses" and "Don't Let Me Down"—the soon-to-be radio banger features Andrew Taggart (one half of the duo with Alex Pall) singing.
Even without yet releasing a debut EP, Danish psych-pop trio Slaughter Beach is becoming a new favorite for lovers of indie staples like Beach House and The Shins.
"Who I am on stage is not really a character; it's something that I've always been. I'm just calling that Diane Coffee now," musician Shaun Fleming explains.
Homeshake's "Give It To Me" illustrates the feeling of sluggish sexual desire through its lackadaisical, sonic seductiveness.
Despite the candid nature of their name, experimental rock band NAKED remains remarkably covert.
According to Luke Top (vocals/bass), the stop motion imagery in the latest video from indie rock outfit Fool's Gold represents "a naïve, psychedelic magnification of youth."
Philosopher Alan Watts once advised, "The only way to make sense out of change is to plunge into it, move with it, and join the dance." Such is the case for fans of Phosphorescent sideband Virgin Forest, whose new body of work VF3 sounds radically different than previous albums.
"I think the song has a sense of loneliness and heartbreak with a romantic and minimalist approach," Dark Waves' frontman Nick Long says about the track's relation to the visuals. "I wanted a beautiful video that shared those traits."
In their new video for "Can't Control My Love," Australian five-piece band Total Giovanni focuses on a gang of young boys who run amok through the streets of Melbourne's suburbs in the early '90s.