In Case You Missed It : yes please, Malin Pettersen, IKIGA, Corella

in case you missed it

There’s so much great music out, it’s hard to keep track of it all. But as always, we’re here to help! Below are some the releases we wanted to share – just in case you missed them earlier last month. Featuring yes please, Malin Pettersen, IKIGA and Corella.

yes please – Susie

It may be the summer of isolation, but yes please‘s latest single “Susie” is a smooth summer jam to get your virtual block party barbecue grooving. The most recent offering from apob and Matt Miggz may deal with the “toxic ambiguity of summer” but it will leave you feeling sublime!

Malin Pettersen – Hometown

Malin Pettersen‘s newest single, Hometown, is a sultry fusion of folksy Americana and modern country. It’s a perfect song for that hot coffee at sunrise or that ice cold mint julep at sunset. Either way, let your self unwind and enjoy.

IKIGA – Medication

Another great May release is IKIGA‘s latest, Medication. This song screams summer!! It’s sugar-pop beat is just strait up fun! Add some tasty guitar licks and IKIGA’s infectious “Get out my head now” anthem, and the end result is a classic summer tune that deserves some dancin’ in the streets!

Corella – Puppets

Rounding out my “In Case You Missed It” list is the Manchester based indie band, Corella. The four-piece released their first single of 2020 earlier this month; a 2 minute 30 second summer anthem called Puppets. Multi-layered with guitars, synths and a pulsing 4/4 rock beat, Puppets serves up a compact punch of sonic power destined to be blasting from your favorite pub…eventually.

Find all tracks highlighted here in our New Indie Music playlist.

W. Chris Brown
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W. Chris Brown (aka reemus, aka cosmicsurivor, aka just plain ol' Chris) is the former bandmate of several projects during his time as a guitarist, singer/songwriter, beat sampler and general what-ever-you need guy. Growing up a U.S. military brat, Chris spent most of his adolescence on the road. He's lived in Japan, Germany, Norway, Honduras, and of course the United States. He has a degree in Film and Media Studies from ASU and founded songs4change - a place for music in 2011.

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