Posts Tagged ‘YØUTH’

March 12, 2018

HALIE, or young 17 year old Norwegian siren Hannah Emilie Grung, casts a supple and limber spell on us with her second single, Youth. We’re delivered into the arms of lissome pop bliss by the beatific track and HALIE’s enchanting voice. Slivers of Maggie Rogers, Sigrid, and Grace Mitchell course through the endearing ditty, a sanguine and crystalline anthem that infuses us with some much needed youth. It seems unbelievable that HALIE is as of yet still unsigned, but this will be changing soon, I’m sure. You can also stream Youth via Spotify, here.

November 1, 2017

Luna Shadows’ wispy and graceful, breathy and limber voice dances off our ears beautifully as the Los Angeles artist serenades us with her new single, Youth, the title track from a forthcoming sophomore EP. Luna established herself as one of the most fascinating and mysteriously enchanting pop figures from California this past year with her Summertime EP and her dazzling music. It’s obvious she’ll continue her reign as she teams back up with co-producer SOMBEAR (Brad Hale of Now, Now) on this twilight glistering, poignantly compelling electro pop single. Youth is reminiscent of Elohim’s effervescent electronic pop and Mr Little Jeans’ twinkling synthpop. Luna Shadows will be hitting the road this fall on her debut headlining shows, which will kick off in her adopted hometown of Los Angeles at PopShop West on November 29th before wrapping up on December 9th in New York at the Mercury Lounge. Tickets can be purchased, here. Youth is available from iTunes, here.

May 20, 2017

Youth is quintessential Daughter, one of the most moving atmospheric folk songs off of the British band’s 2013 debut, If You Leave, one of my favorites from that music glorious year. Who else would be the perfect artist to cover that breathtaking piece than Woodson Black, better known as Haux? Prepare for a heart pummeling experience as Haux presents us with a misty melancholic, gossamer haunting folktronica rendition of Youth. Haux is currently wrapping up an extensive tour in UK and Europe. Find out more about its final dates, here.

February 20, 2017

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February 19, 2017

The earthy curling guitars that invite us into Anyway resonate with heartfelt warmth. The robust crunching indie rock song is a brilliant manner for YØUTH to kick off 2017. Anyway brings me back to my favorite 90′s post-grunge anthems, like The Verve Pipe’s The Freshmen, for one. Self reflection blooms aplenty on the angst ridden, emo inflected tune from this rising Nashville star, who’s about to open for Dashboard Confessional at a sold out show back at home. 

November 2, 2016

UK indie rockers PLAZA, not to be confused with the R&B project from Toronto who goes by the same pseudonym, invites us back into their world with a dreamy shimmering, languid drifting cut named Youth. This leisurely coldwave and unhurried post punk song is opaque and hazy. It tosses me into a gloomy entranced state of mind. The temperatures are dropping outside, we’ve had many a day of stormy rain, and the leaves are quickly disintegrating off the trees. There’s no better way to keep our restlessly introspective minds sublimely employed than this deliciously swirling, icy twirling gem. Youth will be out on Friday November 4th via Beyond The Wall.

July 27, 2016

After revealing magnificent new single Life Itself from their forthcoming sophomore album How To Be A Human Being, Glass Animals is here to remove any doubt that this next record is going to be a brilliant follow up to 2014′s Zaba with new taster Youth. As someone who’s superbly fond of the Oxford trip hop and psychedelic rock band, I had my fears and reservations that they wouldn’t be as astonishing on the new album. They’ve quelled my apprehension with these first two tracks. Youth, though not as slinky of a track as some of their other peanut butter vibing songs, is jungle lush and hypnotic thrumming. Ol’ familiar Glass Animals tribal drumming and Dave’s velveteen crooning give the artsy rock song a bit of Wild Beasts meets Alt-J quality, something I’ve always noticed in the band and which drew me into them in the first place. How To Be A Human Being will be out August 26th. Pre-order the album and learn about their North American tour this fall, here. Watch their video for Youth below.

July 21, 2016

The music gods are apparently very much satisfied with us little music loving misfits, because a remix of Manila Killa has arrived on our doorsteps from the incredibly talented, mysteriously masked producer named k?d! Every time I see a new k?d track surfacing these days, my heart skips a beat. I think it may have stopped beating for a full minute when I saw that he’d remixed Manila for his latest treat. Get ready for an intensive experience as k?d transforms Manila Killa’s sparkling enchanting Youth, featuring angelic vocals by Satica, into a grandiose surging, valiant soaring future bass aria. The breathtaking remix is a free download at Toneden.

May 28, 2016

Los Angeles based producer and Moving Castle collective member Manila Killa takes a moment away from his other project as one half of popular duo Hotel Garuda to continue his fast blossoming solo career.  Youth is his second original track, following on the successful heels of debut original All That’s Left, featuring Joni Fatora, as well as countless sensational remixes prior to that. This time around, Chris partners up with angel voiced Satica to enchant us with future breezy, delicate buoyant electronica. Youth is certainly pure and full of life. It bounces lithely and sparkles beautifully, enveloping us in such exultant, summery warmth. The single is available now from iTunes.

November 21, 2015

I’ve been wanting to share with you music by a Chicago duo named Tiny Fireflies since I heard their song Youth a week ago on alt radio station Live 105′s Soundcheck show, so the timing of their release of a video for Taken couldn’t be any better. Taken is a beautiful dream pop song that flows with the lush synthpop radiance of M83 and swirls with an 80′s warmth that reminds me of Young Summer. The misty glow of its video is a cozy fit for the song. Taken is the first single from an upcoming debut album titled The Space Between. Check out Tiny Fireflies’ Youth below, too, a chiffon gem in itself.