From The Inbox: Must-Hear Songs of the Week (Oct 18, 2021)

I’m back once again to save your week!

Hopefully by now you’ve slipped into the habit of refreshing your music library with the latest From The Inbox each and every Monday. This week’s collection boasts 38 stellar tracks from the past seven days that you have to hear. From indie pop to alternative to hip-hop and a splash of electronic, everyone is welcome.

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Kills Birds – Cough Up Cherries

Los Angeles punks Kills Birds share their third offering from their upcoming album Married with “Cough Up Cheers”. Their noise-rock based guitars and rollercoaster dynamics create a mixed-bag of emotions fuelled by frontwoman Nina Ljeti’s dominating performance.

Claudia Bouvette – BBZ

Quebec indie artist Claudia Bouvette is set to release her new album Paradise Club in 2022 after signing to Montreal-based label Bonsound. Teasing the release is her new single “BBZ”. A fun-filled electro-pop hit detailed with hints of UK drum n’ bass and psychedelic flourishes, “BBZ” once again shows Bouvette mixing together colourful, European electronic influences.

pecq – Brittle

Oxford-based duo pecq have announced their new EP Brittle will be out in January 2022. The album’s lead single and title track shares a glimpse of the collection, showcasing the band’s boundaryless dream-pop style with its dark-pop and ethereal guitar-pop highlights.

Anz – You Could Be

From her ambitious new EP All Hours comes the glistening highlight track “You Could Be”. UK producer Anz built her new EP around a 24 hour period, starting from dawn until the wee hours of the next morning, to encapsulate the endless euphoria of a club night out. Her ’90s influenced pop sound brings out a rejuvenating sense of nostalgia for dance music lovers.

Allegra Jordyn – Leading U On

Toronto-based indie pop singer-songwriter Allegra Jordyn is releasing her new EP Take It From Me, I Know on October 29th. Her latest single “Leading U On” showcases the emerging artist’s bright pop vocals as she laments about the back and forth of an off-and-on relationship.

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