Hot Picks 25/11/22 – The Best New Releases

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It’s #NEWRELEASEFRIDAY! We bring to you our hottest finds of the week. We have curated a list of the best releases from our musical travels this week and are putting them all in one place for your listing pleasure! This coverage is created via #sustainablecurator


Release: ‘Sleigh Ride’

Release Date: Out Now!

Hailing from Fort Worth, THE FRANK HAILEY-ERIC ZUKOSKI TRIO have released the excellent cover of ‘Sleigh Ride’. It is an instrumental jazz cover with dancing melodies, energetic backing instrumentation and a warm production. ‘Sleigh Ride’ will light your festive spirit this Winter!


Release: ‘Roll On May (Misery Christmas)’

Release Date: Out Now!

London-based band ATTENDANT have released the brilliant alternative single ‘Roll On May (Misery Christmas)’. It is a rock release with relatable lyrics, excellent musicianship and an addictive vibe. It is a song that needs to be added to your festive playlist this Christmas!


Release: ‘Mr. Rocknroll’

Release Date: Out Now!

New York-based artist SAM HIMSELF has released the punchy single ‘Mr. Rocknroll’. Complete with charismatic vocals, stunning instrumentation and memorable melodies, it is an indie-rock song that you do not want to miss. We look forward to hearing what SAM HIMSELF will do in 2023.


Release: ‘The Scars Of Our War’

Release Date: Out Now!

Manhattan-based artist CHUCKY TRADING CO has released the brilliant folk-pop single ‘The Scars Of Our War’. Featuring melodic guitars, charismatic vocals and hard-hitting lyrics, it is a single that stays with the listener long after the music has ended. ‘The Scars Of Our War’ is a song that needs to be heard to be fully appreciated. Check it out!


Release: ‘Change Your Ways’

Release Date: Out Now!

The superb US based-artist MATT DEANGELIS is back with his stunning single ‘Change Your Ways’. It is a catchy indie-pop single with a gorgeous string arrangement, punchy percussion and MATT DEANGELIS’s soulful vocal performances. ‘Change Your Ways’ is a superb release.

Drums at zZounds


Release: ‘Bruised Ego’

Release Date: Out Now!

Sydney-based artist COCO BEVAN has released the addictive single ‘Bruised Ego’. Complete with hard-hitting lyrics, stunning arrangement and heartfelt vocal performances, ‘Bruised Ego’ is a single that could be the breakthrough release for COCO BEVAN. We can not wait to hear more.


Release: ‘Cigarettes On The Dancefloor’

Release Date: Out Now!

Manchester-based band GREEN WIRE have released the excellent single ‘Cigarettes On The Dancefloor’. We adore the upbeat instrumentation, charming vocal performances and warm, inviting production. GREEN WIRE are destined for big things in 2023 and we look forward to hearing more.


Release: ‘Country Town Virgin’

Release Date: Out Now!

Hailing from Sydney, THE DEAD RIDERS have released the addictive single ‘Country Town Virgin’. With a pulsating vibe, stunning musicianship and catchy riffs, it is a single that stands out from the crowd. We very much look forward to hearing more from THE DEAD RIDERS in 2023.

Recording at zZounds


Release: ‘Sometimes’

Release Date: Out Now!

Milwaukee-based RYE CATCHERS have released the punchy single ‘Sometimes’. Featuring soulful vocal performances, stunning melodies and a warm, inviting production, it is a song that will have you reaching for the repeat button. ‘Sometimes’ is a track that you do not want to miss.


Release: ‘Violence’

Release Date: Out Now!

Hailing from Mullingar, MOVMENT are a band that you need to know about this Winter. Their single ‘Violence’ is an edgy alternative-rock single that features layered instrumentation, charismatic vocals and an addictive vibe. ‘Violence’ needs to be added to your new music playlist this week.

FVMusicBlog November 2022

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