Consider Singles Club your musical matchmaker. I do hope you'll give all these ready to mingle bachelors and bachelorettes your ear as you listen to some new favorite tunes. Read on in the hopes of finding your musical love connection.
Scandi sweethearts Flora Cash take a dreamy, gossamer-vocaled stance with their music with a message. "Nothing Lasts Forever (And It's Fine)" endeavors to celebrate the here and now, prettily reminding us to stop and smell the roses. Listening to their slow motion moment, it's easy to spend a few minutes smiling.
The same shades that haunt The War on Drugs seem to also follow the Roadkill Ghost Choir, whose earnest swells of synth-kissed noise shimmer with a muted kaleidoscope of memories. In "Classics (Die Young)," the Floridians unleash the bittersweetest of catchy songs, a hybrid of the stark inescapability of the best 80s synthpop gems with an underlying honest Americana. A fantastic listen.
New Yorkers Loose Buttons take a page out of the Arctic Monkeys at their peak with the introspectively gloomy post-breakup ditty "Between Brick Walls." Between the liquid lounge melt of the vocals to the jaunty bounding of the rhythm section, there's a certain undeniable electricity about this song.