Glass Animals have dropped their highly-anticipated third studio album, Dreamland. The album explores a powerful and personal story that was born out of time of immense confusion and uncertainty for the band. For lead singer Dave Bayley, the album is a document of his life, holding nothing back.
Tkay Maidza’s latest release Last Year Was Weird, Vol. 2 sees the singer continuing to mix genres to create her own authentic sounds. The release serves as the second instalment of a three part mixtape.
Rager Teenager is the latest track from Aussie pop-star, Troye Sivan. The track is set to feature on his upcoming EP In A Dream, due to be released later this month. The music video for the track depicts Sivan in a bathtub, singing the track while he becomes distorted at times throughout the clip.
Didirri has returned with his new track, The Critic. “The act of criticising something can often ruin it. It may seem like the most intelligent move to analyse your every action but make sure you don’t overcorrect and start to see things beyond what is actually going on,” the singer said of the song in a press statement. Didirri also announced the release of his upcoming EP Sold For Sale, due out September 25.
Briggs has shared his new collaboration with Thelma Plum, Go To War. Of the track, Briggs said: “I wrote this in the booth, with producer Jayteehazard, over one day in the studio. I’d imagined Thelma being on the song when I was cooking it up, and we threw some ideas back and forth and knocked it out over another day. The song is about fearlessness. When you get pushed too far and you’re backed into a corner and there’s very little recourse.”
GRAACE has dropped her second track of the year, Body Language. Produced by Hayden James, the singer wrote the song on a loop pedal after returning from Thailand. "It was hands-down one of the best experiences I’ve ever had and I was so inspired by the people there. How kind, inviting and intelligent they were to communicate with me through body language” the singer said in a statement.
Aussie band Donny Love have released their new single Boredom Pills. The track sees the band approach their production with more ambition, with the track touching on egotism and facetious social media commentary.
3-piece Wollongong based band Dribs have dropped One More Drink. The surf-rock track surf continues the bands punchy sounds and catchy melodies.
Pop-punk band Stand Atlantic have delivered their sophomore album Pink Elephant. On the album, the band continue to cement their place within the scene, full of big choruses that are sure to be big moments at future live shows.
Bastards is the new track from Manu Crooks. The track is the first taste of what is to come on Crooks highly anticipated EP, MFII. The songs music video was filmed in Western Sydney once COVID lockdown restrictions loosened.