12 New Musical Discoveries – March 2022

Sunflower – Just Friends

The perfect summer tune with massive sing-along potential. The Californian funk rock band released their third album Hella on the 4th of March, with Sunflower being the final track.

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My Shadow – Eli & Fur

The London duo Eli & Fur return with another expressive dance melody – an impressive follow on from their 2021 album Found In The Wild. The song consists of addictive house beats, accompanied by their own electronic twists.

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Clementine – Sun Room

A laid back indie rhythm was released on the 2nd of March by Sun Room. The Southern Californian band put their guitars and brains together to form a blissful melody that everyone will enjoy.

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Pillar On The Bridge Of You – BODEGA

The upbeat love song Pillar On The Bridge With You was first released as a single on the 9th of March, soon becoming apart of BODEGA’s guitar heavy punk album Broken Equipment,.

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Sayonara – Red Velvet

The dream mix of soul and pop is here, containing silky vocals, a splendid piano intro and a catchy chorus. The song has been released ahead of Red Velvet’s April album Bloom.

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Close Enough To Drive Home – Stereophonics

Long running rock band Stereophonics are back with another album, this time called Oochya!, which features a song entitled Close Enough To Drive Home that already feels like a classic, generating a sound filled with nostalgia and reminiscence.

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Marsh – The Weather Station

Marsh is a delicate piano piece, reflecting the angelic voice of Tamara Lindeman, the lead singer of The Weather Station. The song is also a great opening track for the group’s latest album How Is It That I Should Look At The Stars.

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Lightening – Charli XCX

Everyone knows that Charli XCX is the definition of pure pop, and we can see this throughout the entirety of her new album CRASH, however Lightening takes pop perfection itself to a new level, with a chorus that will remain in my head for days.

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I Saw Violence – Spring Silver

Never had I ever heard a song filled with such warmth until I heard I Saw Violence, Spring Silver’s third track from her latest album I Could Get Used To This. How did they make a song feel so familiar and refreshing at the same time?

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Warning Signs – Band Of Horses

From the storytelling lyrics to the emotive build up to the chorus instrumental, it is impossible not to enjoy this rock tune that feels like a collective of each musical generation. And this is just one of Band Of Horses‘ songs that brings about a comforting atmosphere, as they have a whole album – Things Are Great – which was released this month too.

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Levitation – Let’s Eat Grandma

I have mentioned Let’s Eat Grandma a lot on my blog, but I can’t miss giving their new electronica track Levitation a shout out. Every time a new song is released by the British duo, their variety of production seems to get wider and wider, and that’s what makes Levitation so enlivening.

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The Lightening I + The Lightening II – Arcade Fire

Arcade Fire are back with two singles, encapsulating that cinematic feel they always seem to bring with them. The Lightening I is a warm friendly melody switching between the contradicting feelings of hopefulness and hopelessness. The Lightening II is a lot faster and upbeat, focusing solely on the more hopeful side of things.

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