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Love Ghost release "I'll Be "Fine"" to mark Mental Health Awareness Month

Love Ghost's success has come quick, and not even a pandemic can stop their rise or creative output. Their new single "I'll Be "Fine"" makes use of quotation marks to make a point of the song, a grunge-fueled slow jam with lyrics that make no bones about teen angst, doubt, and depression. As all of the band's members are fresh out of high school, the song fits right in their emotional wheelhouse, but it makes for a perfect example of how "Write what you know" works. "I'll Be "Fine"" makes for a perfect track to fit any bout of isolation, especially during a pandemic-related quarantine. Take a listen to "I'll Be "Fine"" below. - Will Sisskind 





Magic Bronson bring live energy home with single "Tell All Your Friends"

Imagine the energy of a summer festival where Blink-182, Mac DeMarco, and MGMT are all playing at the same time. Magic Bronson have tapped that energy in the form of their new single "Tell All Your Friends", an example of their style where indie rock meets EDM. Although they're stripped of the ability to share their explosive sound on stage this season, the duo of Michael Nicastro and Matt Lieberman still have plenty of music to share this year; "Tell All Your Friends" is the first single from an album due to drop this fall. With more releases planned, Magic Bronson are bringing the party to your home; without the crowds, jacked prices for water, and heat, having your own festival might not be so bad. Take a listen to "Tell All Your Friends" below. - Will Sisskind





Misty Boyce teams up with Doe Paoro for single "The Clearing"

Misty Boyce has a new collaboration out with Doe Paoro in the form of "The Clearing". The new single pairs Misty's dark indie dream pop with Doe's haunting voice, resulting in a track that burns with its emotion. "The Clearing" previews what's to come on Boyce's upcoming album genesis, a product of her thoughts over the last two years. Stemming from disaster, "The Clearing" and the songs on genesis cover a rebirth from trauma, as well as what it's like to ruminate on that trauma day after day. They illuminate Boyce's view on the female experience, as well as the freedoms and lack thereof associated with it. Take a listen to "The Clearing" below, and check out genesis when it comes out on September 25th. - Will Sisskind





Rising indie artist Fuller finds Tik Tok success with single "Favorite Poison"

Social isolation, distancing, and the decline of the music industry has caused indie artists like Fuller to seek success wherever they can. The rising songwriter uploaded some of his music to TikTok at the beginning of the year as an experiment, but the success led to the official release of his debut single "Favorite Poison" back in March. The single, which has already racked up over 100,000 streams, has continued to gain Fuller new fans even during these trying times; the college radio vibe and lyrics like "She's got me high but the highs got me low" stick with listeners. In response to the positive feedback, he'll release the video for "Favorite Poison" on May 8th. Take a listen to "Favorite Poison" below. - Will Sisskind

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Psych rockers Gateway Drugs release DIY video for "Slumber"

Gateway Drugs' new track "Slumber" stands at an intersection between U2, The Smashing Pumpkins, and The Brian Jonestown Massacre, blending shoegaze and fuzzed-out arena rock into a song that could blow out your speakers. But instead of going big with the video, the band chose to film it themselves, using a Handycam to record a day in their lives at Josh Homme's Pink Duck studios. The resulting video comes out more intimate and chaotic than anything a big budget could create; it also provides a look back to when you could just walk outside and fool around with your friends. "Slumber" appears on Gateway Drugs' sophomore LP PSA, which drops on May 8th. Take a look at the video for "Slumber" below. - Will Sisskind

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