Posts Tagged ‘Young Summer’

October 29, 2016

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 10.25.2016 – 10.26.2016

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October 26, 2016

We’re T minus two days away from that new Young Summer EP. My excitement for the release builds exponentially as the Washington, D.C. based singer songwriter reveals yet another gorgeous gem off the release, lustrous shimmering Heart In Slo Mo. The temperature rises as Young Summer’s smoldering indie pop whisks us away with sultry smooth vocals and an opulent groove, leaving my heart beating wildly in enamored adoration. Young Summer’s You Would Have Loved It EP can be pre-ordered ahead of its release on Friday, October 26th, via iTunes or Amazon.

October 13, 2016

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 10.11.2016

Featured music – October 11th, 2016

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October 12, 2016

Echo reverberates with beauty and grace. It’s a transcendental gem from one of my favorite pop singer songwriter projects, Young Summer. The DC based musician is preparing to release a new EP entitled You Would Have Loved It Here, and Echo is yet another sensational ballad from the forthcoming record on which Young Summer displays her pure and immaculate voice. The atmospheric song broods grandly and magnificently, bursting at the seams with fervent emotion. Young Summer describes the song as a: “dreamy love letter to someone you will love but haven’t met yet. The feelings are so strong that you’ve painted them in your mind as if you already know them”. This excess of passion and desire bathes the song in a ruby blushing, intensely intoxicating glow. You Would Have Loved It Here will be out October 28th. Pre-order from iTunes and get Echo as well as prior singles Alright and Fallout instantly.

August 24, 2016

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 08.22.2016

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August 23, 2016

Washington, D.C. singer songwriting project Young Summer has been a sort of personal favorite of both myself and a close friend since her debut album Siren stole our hearts over two years prior. Fallout, a new taste from her forthcoming EP Alright, only serves to imprison our willing hearts for longer. This moody luscious, sultry rousing electronic pop beauty is awash with fervent stirring, passionate rousing emotion. Fallout ripples opulently while Young Summer’s richly alluring vocals draw us deep into its monumental waves. Young Summer’s new EP will be out later this year. Those of you in New York City will get to catch her live on August 31st at the Mercury Lounge. 

June 29, 2016

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 06.27.2016

Featured music – June 27th, 2016

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June 28, 2016

It feels as if I’ve been waiting an eternity for new Young Summer after the Washington, D.C. based indie pop chanteuse blew myself and many of my friends away with her debut album Siren in 2014. The musician, whose real name is Bobbie Allen, resurfaces with the announcement of a new EP and a lavish new single named Alright. Summer nostalgia abounds on the rippling warm synthpop sparkler. Alright is about unrequited love and the inability to confess that love. It’s “the trepidation we all have when we don’t want to get hurt but we can’t help but feel the way we do for someone”. The song’s glistening suit of sonic armor and its uptempo radiance are a furtive vessel for the heartache and turmoil burning within. Young Summer’s new EP will be out later this summer. 

January 24, 2015

I can never stop singing praises about Washington, D.C. artist Young Summer’s 2014 debut album Sirens. Now, we get to revisit album track Severing Ties via a glistening, lustrous remix by British duo Avec Sans. It takes the original’s summery balminess and warm swirly vibes and creates a bouncing, bright indie electronic dance hit.

December 9, 2014

Young Summer has announced her next single off her terrific debut album Sirens. The Washington, D.C. synthpop singer songwriter chose Severing Ties to showcase. Like all that I’ve shared from the talented artist, Severing Ties is a dreamy, bittersweet treat, one of my favorite catchy tunes off Sirens. It’s also one of the more upbeat and popping tracks. I immensely enjoyed Sirens earlier this year, and when I introduced the album to a friend, she fell utterly in love. It’s her favorite album of the year, it seems.