Top 5 New Indie Pop Week 5
1. Cosmos & Creature
Region: Los Angeles, North America
Short Sentence: What happens when you join two young and talented powerhouses like Brandyn Burnette and Molly Moore? You get the beauty of indie pop named Cosmos & Creature. Finding the perfect way to harmonized when needed and to give each voice a place to shine. “Young” is catchy, fun and beautifully showcases the growing capacity of this pair of artists.
Region: Denmark, Europe
Short Sentence: I am simply in love with Marie’s unique and marvelous voice and the guys are talented and capable of not only creating amazing melodies but of creating the perfect ones to be a home for her voice and together they all shine as bright as any star. “The Great Escape” is the latest single of this talented trio – they honestly are one of my favorite pop groups around.
3. Lara Snow
Region: Tel Aviv, Israel
Short Sentence: Valery Sherman and Jonathan Harpak have joined together and created a musical persona that could easily be confused with our Khaleesi Daenerys Targaryen or a beautiful example of Scandinavian beauty. Togethere they have created pop sounds that reach out for the boundaries and aims to break them and create music that is unique and that can relate to each and every listener (as it happens with “Sometimes it’s enough” and the difficulties of letting go off a past relationship).
4. Pallet House
Region: Nashville, North America
Short Sentence: Pallet House brings us one of the most beautiful and perfectly written pop songs I’ve honestly heard in a while. With his soft and comforting voice he travels with ease through the melodies and the ups and downs of his latest track “Too many times”. This song is a true testament of love and the impatience that comes when you feel it in your bones and you’ve decided you don’t want to loose as you’ve done before – this one time is the main one.
5. Fire to the stars
Region: Melbourne, Australia
Short Sentence: The Melbourne-based collection of Australians and ex-pat Swedes called Fire to the starts come at us with a cinematic jewel of a music video and with something I like to call melancholic pop that punches you right in the feels and makes a tear drop down from your right eye (maybe even the left one) – enjoy and let the melody flow through your ear and the lyrics connect with your thoughts.