Trousdale's vocal harmonies are just the perfect recipe for any perfect song, it's so natural and gorgeous. Their new song "What Could I Say" is so dreamy and effervescent, you'll never want it to stop.
They said, "We wrote 'What Could I Say' about that palpable energy in the room after an argument. In the aftermath of words spoken in anger, there’s a deep sense of regret and desperation to make things go back to the way they were before. It’s a song about wishing you had the words to fix something that feels broken or irreversible."
Olivia Grace always delivers, her new song "Space," needs to be on heavy rotation. Her light, ethereal voice perfectly compliments the hypnotic melodies that radiate
She says, "I wrote this song at a time when I was tangled in a situation that left me feeling hurt more than it did happy. When I actually got honest with myself about what I wanted, I realized I no longer had the mental or emotional space for it. It was difficult to get there, but it was a freeing feeling once I did."
Illicit Ghost's vulnerable pop sound always feels so fresh. "Down To Size" has a pulsating chorus that just feels powerful. It has that nice hint of danger that I really love in a song, and the intensity just builds through this song.
She says, "This is a song for anyone who has ever felt small; a reminder that your power is always there for you to reclaim."
Carlisandia and André Sancho, two emerging pop artists from Portugal found each other on Tiktok a few months ago. They quickly discovered they shared the same vision and passion for music. 'Under the Moonlight', their first collab, represents friendship, freedom and having power over our decisions and destiny.
The dreamy piano and angelical synths and vocals take us to another place where we feel at ease and we know that in the middle of all the chaos there's always a way out and a helping hand.
tiLLie never holds back and her new song "Hell Yeah!" delivers all the badass energy we need in a day. It's unapologetic, it's fun, and it's the anthem we need right now.
tiLLie says, "in a world so f*cked up, the humans of planet earth began the tradition of rejoicing “hell yeah!” each day they survived without having a mental breakdown or simply, survived to live another day on it."