This Week's Brave Adds: May 29th
Foster the People is back and they're back with a super cool tune just in time for summer. Whether you're cruising with the windows down or enjoying a summer BBQ, this indie pop song will get anybody pumpin'. Enjoy!
Major and the Monbacks from Norfolk, VA, make our top plays this week with their latest track titled 'The Clap'. If you're enjoying their feel-good-rock vibes, catch them on tour across the US this summer!
Milky Chance's electronic, reggae infused folk song Blossom is another top add of ours this week. Blossom appears on the album by the same name out on LichtdichtRecords, just in time for spring!
Straight from the UK, 20 years young, Krrum comes at us with some heavy bass on their indie electronic love song, 'Moon'.
Dallas based indie-pop group CIITY are in our top spins this week with their summer anthem titled 'DNVR', from their latest EP Parallels. CIITY singer says, "DNVR is about not seizing the opportunity you were given and having to live with the regret of never having the fulfillment you wanted".
LCD Soundsystem released two new tracks off their highly anticipated new album following a string of sold out shows in NYC's music venue, Brooklyn Steele. 'Call The Police', an anthem, à la 'All My Friends', is featured in our top spins this week. The new album, their first in seven years, is expected to be about in the late summer 2017.
The New Pornographers' 'Whiteout Conditions' reminds you of that pivotal moment in your favorite 80's film. Evoking a New Order/Joy Division vibe, The New Pornographers took the power pop feel of their previous albums, and mixed it with some new wave electronic tones.