Song of the Day: Show Me -Molly Hammar (ft. Kim Cesarion)

Chart topping Sensation MOLLY HAMMAR teams up with Swedish star Kim Cesarion for the stunning single, ‘Show Me’.

Produced by Pontus Persson, ‘Show Me’ is the third single from Molly’s forthcoming EP and follows hit singles ‘No Place Like Me’ featuring Big Narstie and ‘WORDS’. A spirit of adventure, independence and self-discovery continues to shine through Molly’s latest offering which carries a strong positive message “bring back the romance!”

MOLLY HAMMAR grew up with jazz musician parents and Kim Cesarion has a background in classical music, but it is through their shared love for R&B and pop that they found each other musically. Kim Cesarion had his breakthrough in 2013 with his debut single ‘Undressed’, a track that has amassed more than 24 million YouTube views. He returned last year with the EP ‘Bleed’ from which the lead track had its world premiere on a plane to SXSW in Austin.

Previous singles from Molly’s hotly anticipated second EP have garnered widespread media support across the UK and globally from the likes of BBC Radio 2, BBC 1Xtra, Channel 4, The Line of Best Fit, Complex, NYLON and Idolator.

The next few months will see MOLLY HAMMAR complete a short summer tour in Sweden and release her EP, that finds Molly baring her soul on the dynamic within relationships, her own identity and lost nights out in London.

Check out the video for the heart warming love note below…

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New Track: If I Had Loads Of Money – Jade The Moon

JADE THE MOON is an adventurous Canadian Alt-Pop group. Their upcoming sophomore release, ’11:11′, is a collection of musical photographs capturing moments in time turned dance parties, love songs, and anti-pop lullabies.

The lead single ‘If I Had Lots Of Money’ is a euphoric, nostalgia-evoking alt-pop anthem featuring singer Dani Le Rose’s powerful vocals.

Check out their stunning latest offering below…

New Music Video: The Thunder – Goldteeth

With debut self-titled EP out now in full, GOLDTEETH now unveils the official video for ‘The Thunder’

In the visual, directed and shot by Oliver Brian Productions, Nicholson portrays this metaphorically in the form of a car passenger, by being ‘always at your side, through any situation’, good or bad.

‘The Thunder’ is the second single from his self-produced, genre bending E.P. While the bass still remains his main weapon of choice, the last decade has seen Andy Nicholson appear in a vast array of forms. Whether it be as a founding member and bassist of the hip hop and indie-rock hybrid Mongrel, or as a studio producer working with the likes of Toddla T, Swindle, Tom Prior and Terri Walker – Nicholson has continued to stay active and contributing to Sheffield’s iconic music history.

Check out the video for ‘The Thunder’ below:

Song of the Day: Get Stupid – Bülow

Award winning and multi-platinum pop iconoclast BÜLOW  has graced the blog spotlight with her newest single/video, ‘Get Stupid’. The track is off the JUNO Award winner’s latest EP ‘Crystalline’ released earlier this year and was produced by Mike Wise, who produced several songs on the EP

‘Get Stupid’ follows her last appearance with single, ‘Sweet Little Lies’, which stole the blog’s Song of Week title THREE times and was also named Song of the Month in July (check out more top releases of the week and month on Instagram).

Have a peep at the video for ‘Get Stupid’ below:

New Music Video: Not Perfect – Gena Perala

GENA PERALA unveiled a hazy production for latest single, ‘Not Perfect’, released 19th of July,  as part of a three song EP. Working with long-time producer Chris Gestrin, the two create a haunting sound, enhanced by Perala’s pure yet chilling voice and honest lyrics.

As with her previous videos, Perala has teamed up with incredibly talented dancers to help the convey the prominent messages in her latest offering.

Speaking of her single, the Canadian singer/songwriter explains: “I’m often the person who speaks her mind, who knows who she is and who stands up for what she believes in. I’ve always had a strong voice and while those qualities are encouraged in theory, in practice, not so much. No, I don’t always say it right and yes, I can get emotional, I’m not perfect but my heart is always in the right place.”

‘Not Perfect’ is the third song off the EP, baring the same name, which includes her previously released songs ‘Good Girl’ (2018) and ‘I Will Never Know’ (2019). The three songs tell a story of moving from powerlessness to uncertainty to perseverance.

‘Not Perfect’ is now available on all download/streaming sites…have a sneak of the video below: