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'Top 5' Weekly Music Round-Up

We Speak Media | ‘Top 5’ Weekly Music Round-Up (07.06.24)

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Find the latest new music in our ‘Top 5’ weekly music round-up here at We Speak Media. In this weekly feature, we will be bringing you the hottest new acts and music out there.

one far sun ‘hello old friend’

The heartfelt new single ‘hello old friend’ by Australian indie duo One Far Sun marks their reunion. Warmer, gentler tones, exquisite piano, mesmerising strings, and stunning vocals characterise this soft creation. This one has a cinematic vibe about it. It’s like a tapestry with elegant instruments, bringing all the pieces of the trio’s twelve-year gap together.

ARB ‘Guy’

‘Guy’ is an anthem of perseverance and tenacity, especially for people who are working hard to accomplish their objectives. The song is particularly significant since it combines many subgenres into one song. ARB’s moniker, Alter-Reflective Beats, symbolises their approach to creating music that entertains while provoking a deeper analysis of life’s topics. They are motivated by a purpose to stimulate introspection and action.

The Joy of Elephant ‘Hey Lovely’

The Joy of Elephant, has released a new song, ‘Hey Lovely’, which showcases his unique blend of indie-rock and post-punk elements in a dynamic soundscape. The track is an epic addition to his music discography adding flavour and being a memorable listen.

Antonia K. Moore ‘Elizabeth Taylor’

In an attempt to establish herself as a poignant addition to the Irish pop music scene, Antonia K. Moore is making her best impressions with memorable tunes. She skillfully captures the timeless quality of a song that speaks to a broad audience in her latest single ‘Elizabeth Taylor’, which is a dark pop song with a club-like pace and enticing lyrics. Its heartfelt principles and inspirational essence will captivate listeners of all ages.

ION ‘iamvessel’

With his new track ‘iamvessel’, ION provides a calm getaway into dreamy soundscapes. His innovative use of genres and excellent production value allow him to continue carving out a space for himself. He is an inspiring artist in the music industry, and he draws inspiration for his creative path from artists such as Mary O’Hara and Homeshake.

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'Top 5' Weekly Music Round-Up

We Speak Media | ‘Top 5’ Weekly Music Round-Up (14.06.24)

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Find the latest new music in our ‘Top 5’ weekly music round-up here at We Speak Media. In this weekly feature, we will be bringing you the hottest new acts and music out there.

Hannah Johnson ‘Push Me Away’

Hannah Johnson has shown herself to be a very talented musician with a bright future. Her most recent hit, “Push Me Away,” from her recently released EP, Lifetime, highlights her ability to blend several genres into one captivating whole.

Solarrio ‘Anywhere’

The new song “Anywhere,” which is taken from his most recent album, demonstrates how his creative experimentation with new sounds and desire to forge a closer bond with his listeners inspire him. With every new release, Solarrio demonstrates the sincerity and thoughtfulness that are present in his compositions. He leaves a lasting impression with the release of his latest album, All the Wrong Places is released.

EDB-Brooksy ‘Dem Mus Feel’

EDB-BROOKSY is a multidimensional musician who skillfully blends elements that transcend genres in his tracks. He expertly performs hit songs, showcasing his untapped potential with his distinctive voice and strong, incisive phrases. He is in a good position to grow as a performer and enthral audiences with his distinctive lyrics and catchy beats as he writes more songs.

Alex Aureo ‘Swear to Defend’

Presenting “Swear to Defend,” Alex Aureo’s poignant musical debut, offers listeners a leisurely and soaring trip into its core, set against a backdrop of nostalgia and a lyrical and airy mood. The song is evidence of his ability to seamlessly transition across his varied discography and leave a lasting impression on her listeners.

Jaïr Faria ‘Do Better’

The lyrics of Jaïr’s latest single, “Do Better,” depict the challenges of seeing an ex and feeling drawn back to the beginning of a relationship, as they tackle the challenges of moving on from a relationship. In under thirty minutes, the song was completed in the studio with the help of Jheynner Argote, his father Glen Faria, and Morgan Avenue. “Do Better,” which features guitar, keys, drums, and bass, accentuates his remarkable voice and unique style.

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