Wednesday, 11 May 2016

Check It Out #19 (11/05/16)

1. Skin - Carmody
London based singer/songwriter, Carmody, released her debut solo offering taken from her self-titled EP. Having previously worked alongside Tom Misch, Carmody has now started a solo project, releasing enchanting songs with stripped back vocals. If you like Birdy, Billie Marten and Rae Morris, you're bound to love Carmody!

2. Don't You Cry For Me - Cobi
Previously fronting the Boston-based indie band, Gentleman Hall, Cobi decided to release music as a solo artist in 2014. Since then, he's only released two single, 'Walking Through Fire' and 'First Snow', but now he's back with a third! It's a deep, dark song but Cobi's vocals are soulful and emotive bringing the raw and honest lyrics to life. It's a beautiful song and one I'm sure you're going to enjoy... 

3. Constant Crush - VÉRITÉ
VÉRITÉ has just released her latest EP 'Living', which follows up two previous EPs, 'Echo' and 'Sentiment'. 'Constant Crush' is the lead single from the 'Living' EP and is already becoming a popular new track. Alternative pop at it's best, this song is full of electronic and synthed layers, with VÉRITÉ's vocals gliding over the top. 

4. Crawl - Live//Learn
Live//Learn are Bedfordshire based, four-piece, bringing a new breed of cutting edge alternative music. Having formed at the end of 2014, after shedding the juvenile constraints of their previous band Poolside Dive, they set out with one less guitar and for the first time, a producer. This shows in their new tracks being released and show an exciting new twist on alternative music. 

5. Waiting For You To Run - Georgia Reed
'Waiting For You To Run' is the debut single from Perth's Georgia Reed. Georgia's no stranger to her city, having an extensive live music apprenticeship of Perth's bars and basements, and in 2015 appearing on billboards around WA as a face of The Bigger Picture Campaign. This is a brilliant fierce and intense track, if you like Florence and the Machine and Lana Del Rey, this one's definitely for you! 

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